'Babe' man visits 'Client'
Slick photographs make actors bigger than life
Spring's crop of films is mostly adult fare Of age: In the next few weeks movies with grown-up stars like John Malkovich, Robert Redford, Liam Neeson and Steve Martin dominate. Only one features a young friend from 'Friends.'
Frankly Fake A real fan: Mickey Light isn't Frank Sinatra, but he's having a ball acting like it.
Martin is hysterical, but his 'Bride' isn't
A natural transition
Producers vie for off-Broadway space
TV's Science Guy draws an eager crowd of all ages A FORCE OF NATURE
Young Romeo relishes role of a good guy
In Los Angeles, road less-traveled simply does not exist
The 'Baby Richard' saga is paying off for father
Dave makes Oscars his own show, but something's off
Tonight Terps try again for magic eight
There's 'Hope' for a weak night of prime time
Martin's 'Housesitter' has its moments
'Mixed Nuts' shells out sickening dose of slapstick, and pulls too many punches
HO-HO-HUM FROM HOLLYWOOD Christmas choices in movies are few and uninteresting
'The Advocate' defends a pig
Premiere of 'Live' stands apart from rest
Martin Short gets his second chance
Jefferson Pilot crew, like Terps, fares better early
Fate really could have been kinder to Martin's Victorian 'Simple Twist'
At first glance, Rock and Davidson might seem like very funny bookends. Look again. Comedy's 2 Extremes
Show is revamped, but star remains genuine DeGeneres
Sam Kinison's road to self-destruction
At Knott's Berry Farm's Bird Cage Theater, the audience always gets in the act
As summer's heat closes in, the season's movies open up HOT DAYS COOLS FLICKS
'Most Wanted' looks for 300th fugitive
Dizzy, daffy, goofy snit about using term 'crazy'
Stewart: MTV's slice of pop culture
North puts positive spin on his scandal
Movie couples' chemistry on screen and off doesn't guarantee sparks at box office
Whoopi Goldberg succeeds Billy Crystal as Oscar host
Hey, Oscar host-seekers, don't forget Tom Hanks
How the playwright got 'Six Degrees of Separation' onto the big screen intact GUARE'S TRIUMPH
'Fatal Instinct' is merely funny no one will be dying of laughter
The women stars are there, but where are the movie roles for them to shine in?
' Hillbillies go Hollywood So they loaded up the truck, and they moved to . . . a feature film
Camden Yards has quickly become Baltimore's symbol
Waco: Self-Proclaimed 'Buckle of the Bible Belt"
NBC regrets the inconvenience
Stars' earning power rises and falls to match box-office performance
Three holiday films had everything but an audience
'Leap of Faith': Ask for entertainment and ye shall receive . .
For Martin, it's the show, not the charlatanism
One Critic's War Michael Medved attacks Hollywood's 'assault' on traditional values
Peter Himmelman's music is hard to pin down, but it's popular
No greater Hollywood presence ... Few 'big' films set to open in December
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U.S. filmmakers welcome in Deauville