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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | February 24, 1996
All sorts of adorable creatures on display today: Robert Redford, Elle Macpherson, Macaulay Culkin, giant pandas. Should be something for everyone.* "Stride for Glory" (3 p.m.-4 p.m., WBAL, Channel 11) -- As a history of African-American athletes in the Olympic games, this show surely will focus on all manner of greats: Muhammad Ali, Florence Griffith-Joyner, Jesse Owens, Wilma Rudolph. Included will be a look at George Poage, who in 1904 became the first African-American medalist. NBC.lTC * "Screen Actors Guild Awards" (9 p.m.-11 p.m., WBAL, Channel 11)
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By David Zurawik | January 14, 2001
How's this for a lineup?: Kate Capshaw, Stockard Channing, Rebecca De Mornay, Mia Farrow, Peta Wilson, S. Epatha Merkerson, Irma P. Hall, Linda Hamilton, Glenne Headly, Allison Janney, Elle Macpherson, Camryn Manheim, Tina Lifford and Lynn Whitfield. That's the cast for the Showtime miniseries, "A Girl Thing," and the impressive thing about it is that most of these actresses deliver strong performances rather than walking through a superficial role and collecting a check, as is often the case in big-cast mini-series.
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By David Zurawik | January 14, 2001
How's this for a lineup?: Kate Capshaw, Stockard Channing, Rebecca De Mornay, Mia Farrow, Peta Wilson, S. Epatha Merkerson, Irma P. Hall, Linda Hamilton, Glenne Headly, Allison Janney, Elle Macpherson, Camryn Manheim, Tina Lifford and Lynn Whitfield. That's the cast for the Showtime miniseries, "A Girl Thing," and the impressive thing about it is that most of these actresses deliver strong performances rather than walking through a superficial role and collecting a check, as is often the case in big-cast mini-series.
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By ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER | October 19, 1998
It's autumn -- and that means an avalanche of new. Fall movies. The new TV season. CD releases by the bucketful. The fall fashion onslaught. It's a whole 'nother generation of stuff to keep up with.Or not.Are you troubled by the gnawing sensation that you no longer know what's hot or who's big?Face it: You're out of it!But just how far out of it have you gotten? This test will help you figure out to what degree you've lost contact with contemporary life. And we're not talking about the cultural vanguard.
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By Stephen Hunter | March 8, 1996
'If Lucy Fell'*; Rated R"If Lucy Fell" is built on the conceit that its star is lovable. And who directed it? Why, the star, but, after all, he was working from a script. And who wrote the script? Why he did, too.The movie has the stench of a vanity product to it, insisting that we take on Eric Schaeffer's word that Eric Schaeffer is a lovable guy. But what I see is a dumpy looking young man with ugly teeth and bad hair who, directing himself in the clinch with Elle Macpherson, gives himself the close-up.
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By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic | March 29, 1994
She walks in beauty, but like the day, not the night. For Elle Macpherson, the Australian supermodel and novice actress, is nothing if not sunny.She's a regular supernova, a blinding specimen of hardy, tawny womanhood that sort of takes breaths away, makes hearts skip a beat and turns literate men dyslexic. One look and yo can't spel.You think of Australia as home of the great white shark? Think now, my friends, of the great white teeth.You think of Australia as the land of 'roos and koala bears?
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By Ann Hornaday and Ann Hornaday,COX NEWS SERVICE | September 26, 1997
It must have looked so good on paper.Take an action-adventure with psychological undertones set in the rugged magnificence of the Alaskan wilderness, rendered by the rapier-sharp writing of David Mamet and the assured hand of director Lee Tamahori. Add two actors with iron-clad bona fides and attach Bart the Bear (the most charismatic of his breed since Yogi), and boom: Box office and critical bouquets.But there's many a slip between the page and the stage, to which "The Edge," starring Anthony Hopkins and Alec Baldwin, ploddingly attests.
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By ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER | October 19, 1998
It's autumn -- and that means an avalanche of new. Fall movies. The new TV season. CD releases by the bucketful. The fall fashion onslaught. It's a whole 'nother generation of stuff to keep up with.Or not.Are you troubled by the gnawing sensation that you no longer know what's hot or who's big?Face it: You're out of it!But just how far out of it have you gotten? This test will help you figure out to what degree you've lost contact with contemporary life. And we're not talking about the cultural vanguard.
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By N.Y. Times News Service | July 31, 1991
NEW YORK - Demi Moore was only the beginning. Advertising and editorial images in magazines get stronger, more shocking all the time, from the graphic breast-implant photos in Mirabella magazine in August to the Benetton ad in the August issue of Vogue: a just-born baby splashed across two pages.Anyone just looking for pretty clothes may end up wanting to get some air.In the ad-slim Allure magazine for August, a feature on the idealized female form includes artsy portraits of Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Elle Macpherson, and Stephanie Seymour completely starkers.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | July 3, 1996
Someone's back at the door, on CBS tonight"Ellen" (8 p.m.-8: 30 p.m., WMAR, Channel 2) -- Ellen isn't quite sure how to take her parents' Christmas gift: a burial plot. ABC."American Gothic" (9 p.m.-10 p.m. and 10 p.m.-11 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13) -- Everybody's favorite small-town sheriff-as-the-per-sonification-of-evil is back tonight, as CBS begins airing the last six episodes of the 1995 season's most fascinating failure. In tonight's first episode, "The Beast Within," Sheriff Buck (Gary Cole)
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By Ann Hornaday and Ann Hornaday,COX NEWS SERVICE | September 26, 1997
It must have looked so good on paper.Take an action-adventure with psychological undertones set in the rugged magnificence of the Alaskan wilderness, rendered by the rapier-sharp writing of David Mamet and the assured hand of director Lee Tamahori. Add two actors with iron-clad bona fides and attach Bart the Bear (the most charismatic of his breed since Yogi), and boom: Box office and critical bouquets.But there's many a slip between the page and the stage, to which "The Edge," starring Anthony Hopkins and Alec Baldwin, ploddingly attests.
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By Stephen Hunter | March 8, 1996
'If Lucy Fell'*; Rated R"If Lucy Fell" is built on the conceit that its star is lovable. And who directed it? Why, the star, but, after all, he was working from a script. And who wrote the script? Why he did, too.The movie has the stench of a vanity product to it, insisting that we take on Eric Schaeffer's word that Eric Schaeffer is a lovable guy. But what I see is a dumpy looking young man with ugly teeth and bad hair who, directing himself in the clinch with Elle Macpherson, gives himself the close-up.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | February 24, 1996
All sorts of adorable creatures on display today: Robert Redford, Elle Macpherson, Macaulay Culkin, giant pandas. Should be something for everyone.* "Stride for Glory" (3 p.m.-4 p.m., WBAL, Channel 11) -- As a history of African-American athletes in the Olympic games, this show surely will focus on all manner of greats: Muhammad Ali, Florence Griffith-Joyner, Jesse Owens, Wilma Rudolph. Included will be a look at George Poage, who in 1904 became the first African-American medalist. NBC.lTC * "Screen Actors Guild Awards" (9 p.m.-11 p.m., WBAL, Channel 11)
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By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic | March 29, 1994
She walks in beauty, but like the day, not the night. For Elle Macpherson, the Australian supermodel and novice actress, is nothing if not sunny.She's a regular supernova, a blinding specimen of hardy, tawny womanhood that sort of takes breaths away, makes hearts skip a beat and turns literate men dyslexic. One look and yo can't spel.You think of Australia as home of the great white shark? Think now, my friends, of the great white teeth.You think of Australia as the land of 'roos and koala bears?
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | August 25, 1996
Two Baltimore marinas and the BOAT/U.S. Foundation for Boating Safety have begun a pilot program aimed at helping to save the lives of children who go boating.Working with the foundation, Baltimore Marine Center and Old Bay Marina will lend life jackets to children 12 and under in an effort to promote the use of life jackets and to ensure that children are fitted with the correct size of flotation device.Last year the Coast Guard changed life jacket requirements for recreational boats under 16 feet to require a wearable life jacket for each person on board.
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | June 27, 1991
Miami Beach, Fla. -- Starting in October, million-dollar models from such faraway lands as Kenya and Germany may not be posing for the paparazzi inside U.S. borders. Controversial new immigration rules would shut out all but the superstars."The models are now in a category where they have to be Nobel prize winners to get into the country," said John Casablancas, head of Elite modeling in New York.The reason: a congressional oversight.Last November, Congress passed an immigration law designed to make it tougher for all but the most prominent foreigners to work in America.
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