Fresh start for Meissner
'Not That Into You' is into Baltimore
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Actress gets her dream 'Wedding'
The Boss featured in documentary
'Lucky You' is as solid as a house of cards
Senator apparently avoids sale
Other Notable Deaths
In 'Curious George,' simple pleasures wear thin
WEB SPITE Hits and missives from Internet users with an ax to grind against popular icons
Will Susan Lucci win?
'Amy' an intoxicating mix of pain, humor Review: Director Smith's continuing, funny story of real life in N.J. should get his career back on the turnpike.
Living off the wild side Actress: With 'Scream,' Drew Barrymore's life, career take a sweeter direction.
Fun is slashed to ribbons with feeble 'Scream'
Time for holiday specials
Rehab veteran Downey goes back to 'SNL' stage
Saying I love you in big lights Benefit: To honor his sick mom, actor Edward Norton brings Woody Allen's latest film to the Senator Theatre to raise money for treatment of brain tumors.
Hepburn may be enough to keep you inside today
MTV chases 'Waterfalls' Jackson, Miller all wet
'BRIDGES': THE GUY'S VERSION
What happens when happy isn't hip
Bittersweet 'Mad Love' fails to deliver on its promising beginning
The films of summer
'Boys on the Side' is female bonding without bashing
Music Awards will offer some relief from the trial
Young, famous and easy prey: Tennis superstar Capriati's fall not unusual
Bad Girls' is bad 'Wild Bunch' and a bad idea By: Stephen Hunter
Tonya, Nancy practice lines, but soap opera is off-key
Movies for aging boomers
The brash and the beautiful stir an aria about boffo souvlaki
Trashin' Fashion "We're your worst nightmare - white trash with money."
Joey and Amy, the sequel
Make it up, Joe, but make it bad
James LeGros does double-barrel duty in films with guns in title roles
Crystal's mean-spirited 'Saturday Night' comic is nobody's buddy
Hollywood builds on the dark dreams of obsession
Barrymore's 'Amy' is early winner
Even with three films on TV, Amy Fisher's story isn't any clearer
Networks busy plotting murder story
Women with pasts live at '2000 Malibu'
Teens, young adults catapult Spelling back to the summit
Modern movie villains see the family as a prize, and want it