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By Scott Iwasaki Deseret News The Covey Center will be the place to see actor/singer Kirby Heyborne in concert.
By Barry Caine Actor Joe Mantegna says that for him, the "Godfather" trilogy is the Italian "Star Wars." The American Film Institute calls "The Godfather" the second greatest American film ("Citizen Kane" ranks No. 1).
By MAL VINCENT By Mal Vincent The Virginian-Pilot ONE EXASPERATED character in "The Women" yells: "What do you think this is, some 1930s movie?" If only.
REVIEW-JOURNAL The movie's called "Diminished Capacity." But officials at the CineVegas film festival and the Springs Preserve hope a big crowd will turn out for a screening of the comedy at 7:30 p.m. today at the preserve's amphitheater.
By GATES, Charlie Step Brothers (R16) Directed by Adam McKay * * Reviewed by Charlie Gates . Step Brothers has no lack of comic talent, but a major shortage of charisma and laughs. I wanted to like this film and had high hopes, but was disappointed. On paper it should work.
The upcoming NBC special "Letters to Santa -- A Muppets Christmas" will feature actress Uma Thurman and actor Jesse L. Martin, The Hollywood Reporter says.
By Chris Hicks Deseret News How secure am I in my masculinity? I went to see "The Women" last weekend, and I was the only man in the theater. There weren't even any men on the screen! What's more, I watched the 1939 black-and-white original the night before. No men in that one either.
HOLLYWOOD is finally getting a hefty helping of girl power. Chick flicks like Sex And The City and Mamma Mia! have made it big on the big screen this summer, as largely female audiences flocked to cinemas.
By Bob Strauss "Sex and the City" was smarter. "Mamma Mia!" was dopier. But both, unfortunately, were more entertaining than "The Women." The exceptional television writer Diane English has been laboring on this update of Clare Boothe Luce's theatrical war horse for 14 years.
- The abrogation of a law by a higher authority; annulment.
- In music, during the eighteenth century, a song or an instrumental piece similar to the serenade, intended for performance in the open air.