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By David Bianculli and David Bianculli,Special to The Sun | February 8, 1994
You want three hours of good TV? Watch "Marathon Man" on Cinemax, then switch to "NYPD Blue" on ABC.* "Saved By the Bell: The College Years" (8-9 p.m., WMAR, Channel 2) -- The best news of the night: This is the last first-run network episode of this brain-dead series, which has proven so insufferably inane it makes "Archie" look like "Ulysses." Its retreat from the network schedule indicates that maybe, just maybe, taste and justice prevail on TV after all. NBC.* "Full House" (8-8:30 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13)
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By RAY FRAGER | October 10, 2008
Purple Passion 7 p.m. [MASN] This is just by way of warning. It's a show about the Ravens, featuring former players. The name of the program might make it sound like one of those things on late at night on Cinemax. Not that I ever watch them. I'm far too dedicated to soaking up every bit of sports programming I can find.
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November 10, 2005
Kidnapped Robert Redford, above, needs his wits to save him in The Clearing (8:15 p.m.-10 p.m., Cinemax).
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June 9, 2007
Critic's Pick -- Four friends and a shadowy businessman (Julian McMahon) gain powers after an accident in space in Fantastic Four (8:15 p.m., Cinemax).
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By Kansas City Star | June 16, 1993
It could be the answer to a movie lover's prayers.This summer the country's two premium movies-only cable channels, Movie Channel and Cinemax, are showing films like there's no tomorrow.The Movie Channel is running what it calls "the biggest, no-repeat movie marathon in TV history." It will show 423 movies this month without repeating one.Cinemax is in the early stretch of a four-month "Summer of 1,001 movies." The entire Cinemax inventory of movie titles for this year consists of only 1,500 titles.
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By RAY FRAGER | October 10, 2008
Purple Passion 7 p.m. [MASN] This is just by way of warning. It's a show about the Ravens, featuring former players. The name of the program might make it sound like one of those things on late at night on Cinemax. Not that I ever watch them. I'm far too dedicated to soaking up every bit of sports programming I can find.
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By David Zurawik and By David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | September 1, 2002
Here is a selected guide to some of the Sept. 11-related specials and films: * Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero (PBS). Airs Tuesday night at 9 on MPT (Channels 22 and 67): Casting the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in a Holocaust-like model of monstrous evil, this thoughtful and well-crafted film from Frontline asks tough questions about God. True believers beware: You might not like some of the heartfelt statements sounded here. The widow of a dead fireman says of God, "I can't bring myself to speak of Him anymore because I feel so abandoned."
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | June 12, 2001
"Everybody pretty much acknowledges he's the man," Jack Nicholson says of director Stanley Kubrick, "and I still feel that underrates him." That's pretty much the tenor of "Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures," a 2 1/2 -hour documentary on the legendarily spotlight-shunning filmmaker, made with the cooperation of his family and premiering at 7:30 tonight on Cinemax. Produced and directed by Kubrick's longtime assistant Jan Harlan (who was also his brother-in-law), the film includes interviews with family members, co-workers and a host of actors from his films, including Nicholson, Shelley Duvall, Matthew Modine, Malcolm McDowell, Keir Dullea, Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise (who also narrates)
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