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now playing "Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter" (R). Lincoln vows to save America from the walking dead in this horror suspense thriller. With Benjamin Walker, Dominic Cooper, Anthony Mackie, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Rufus Sewell and Marton Csokas....
now playing "Dark Shadows" (PG-13). In this comic takeoff from the 1970s daytime drama, vampire Barnabas Collins emerges from a long slumber to 1972 Maine. With Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer and Helena Bonham Carter. TownMall Cinemas (10:20 p.m.)...
Dining@LargeSend in your favorites weekly deals -- I'll combine them with my favorites, and I'll post the 10 best at the end of the day. It would be great to end up with a good mix of burger nights, steak......
Sun ColumnistLAS VEGAS - There was a buzz in the air, something faint and mysterious, as Lennox Lewis and Hasim Rahman came bounding out from their corners for the fourth round. The judges had given the first three to Lewis because he had landed punches to the face of...
The Morning CallHow to counter-program the final installment of NBC's long-running sitcom ''Friends''? TV Land isn't even going to try. The cable network said Monday that it will essentially go dark for the hour when the conclusion of ''Friends'' airs on May 6,...
Friends may be leaving prime time, but fans don't have far to go to find it elsewhere on the tube: - Spinoff: There will still be a bit of Friends available Thursday nights at 8 next fall, when NBC introduces Joey, starring Matt LeBlanc. The new...
Courant TV CriticFor shows created strictly for laughs, things certainly get sad when it comes time to say goodbye. The atmosphere was nearly funereal on the "Friends" and "Frasier" sets earlier this year when they were opened to reporters a few weeks before the...
Sun-SentinelIn plotting tonight's send-off for Friends, the creative team of the landmark comedy came to the same conclusion the late Ricky Nelson put into song years ago: You can't please everyone, so you have to please yourself. "We don't want people to be...
Sentinel Television CriticIn bowing out, sitcom characters can shed tears but they can't stint on laughs. Chandler Bing's banter last week suggests that Friends will say goodbye tonight with appropriate wackiness. Chandler (Matthew Perry) summed up his pain at seeing Rachel Green...
Tribune television criticNeither of the shows, way back in their infancies, seemed likely to survive one TV season, never mind make it to the next millennium and the comedy pantheon. "Friends" was an aggregation of attractive twentysomethings in a fantasy Manhattan, exactly what...
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