The two-day "Sanford & Son" marathon on the TV Land network (Time Warner Cable – Ch. 43, Jan 4 -5) wasn't just a long string of back-to-back reruns.
As a variation on the old joke about lawyers, What do you call 5,000 performance art/spoken word artists at the bottom of the ocean? Answer: a good start. Most have slightly more talent than you'll find in the average grade-school skit.
This week’s Time Warner Cable Video On Demand review: three out of four ain’t bad.
Resident Evil couldn’t improve on the excellent scare-half-to-death Alien series, so producers came up with the next best thing,
“It’s been a long time, I shouldn’t have left you without a strong rhyme to step to. Thinking of how many rhymes you slept through. Time’s up, I’m sorry I kept you.” —Eric B. and Rakim, “I Know You Got Soul,” 1987.
In the new film Antwone Fisher, everybody endures, prevails and wins in their own individual way. That applies to acclaimed actor Denzel Washington’s directorial debut, to the cast of …
Premiere actors Stephen Dorf, Norman Reedus and Matt Dillon show you how it's done in Deuces Wild, a powerful, tragedy of gang-related, White-on-White crime.
Mhiripiri Art Gallery is a cultural oasis, an aesthetic feast with rows and rows of surreal beauty upon which to gaze. As thoughts turn to Christmas and Kwaanza, this is an ideal place to go for thoughtful gift-giving.
This week' on Time Warner Cable Videos On Demand:
Piñero does pioneering spoken-word artist and sterling playwright Miguel Pinero appreciable justice.
Were it not for integrity, Angela Bassett might be the newest “Bond girl” for MGM’s Die Another Day, instead of Halle Berry. We’ll never know for sure, of course.
Time Warner Cable’s Videos On Demand offering has given the folk over at Blockbuster and at Hollywood Video a very good reason to feel very, very bad. After all, given the choice of going back and forth to the rental shop…