Blake Edwards meets le Carré in PBS' 'Turks & Caicos'
Story of Dickens and his teenaged mistress paints a bleak picture of women's lives in 19th-century England
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Warners sends out a big, fat 'Harry' farewell
From 'Moneyball' to 'Dragon Tattoo' -- 5 top prospects for fall and winter
There's terrific life -- and after-life -- in 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2'
Harry Potter trailer promises a grand finale
If Bardem backs out, who should play next Bond villain?
PBS Holocaust film, Inheritance, nominated as best
Goucher College to show the film MPT pre-empted
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'Frost/Nixon,' 'Button' are top Globe nominees
Celebrity with Whigs and wigs but no paparazzi
With this 'Date,' reality TV hits bottom
Emmy nods reflect the strength of basic cable
Twists and layers make 'In Bruges' engaging
Le Cirque: the place where a host of celebs made the holiday scene
'Drowsy Chaperone' is sleeper hit with Tonys, getting 13 nods
'The White Countess' is a looker
Can film do justice to fine novels? Not profitably! Hollywood: The demands of the market make the movie 'The English Patient' a pale shadow of the book.
Healing, powerful 'English Patient' Review: Love, war and spying are interwoven in this breathtaking movie set against the backdrop of World War II.
Examining the 'Patient' Filmmaker: Anthony Minghella has brought to the screen a perfectly blended story of love and war, private lives and historic circumstance.
Oscar hype runs high this month
A chilly encounter with a hot actor No charm: Ralph Fiennes seems to have nothing but contempt for his Vanity Fair interview.
The End Is Not Near Enough
HARD-BOILED HEAVEN Mayhem, money, grief and murder leave their mark on movie screens
Posh 'Sunset Boulevard' scoops up seven Tonys McNally's drama wins BROADWAY'S BEST -- 49TH ANNUAL TONY AWARDS
Films worthy of the title 'best' in short supply MOVIES
Homeless find home on TV
Terrific 'Quiz Show' gets almost everything right