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November 9, 2005
When her folks forget her birthday, a teen (Molly Ringwald) is a mess in Sixteen Candles (8 p.m.-10 p.m., ABC Family).
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April 10, 2007
Musical , Molly Ringwald in `Sweet Charity' Go see Molly Ringwald in Sweet Charity, based on Federico Fellini's 1957 movie Nights of Cabiria. The musical at the Hippodrome, 12 N. Eutaw St., starts at 8 tonight. Tickets for the show are $27-$72. Call 410-547-SEAT or go to broad wayacrossamerica.com. FYI Susan Reimer is on vacation. Her column returns next week.
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April 10, 2007
Musical , Molly Ringwald in `Sweet Charity' Go see Molly Ringwald in Sweet Charity, based on Federico Fellini's 1957 movie Nights of Cabiria. The musical at the Hippodrome, 12 N. Eutaw St., starts at 8 tonight. Tickets for the show are $27-$72. Call 410-547-SEAT or go to broad wayacrossamerica.com. FYI Susan Reimer is on vacation. Her column returns next week.
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April 5, 2007
From Russia, with grace The music and motion of Eastern Europe come to the Lyric Opera House tomorrow when the Russian National Ballet Theatre and Orchestra take the stage for one night only. General Director Vladimir Moiseev, grandson of Russian ballet master Igor Moiseev and soloist with the Bolshoi Theater, heads the company of 55 dancers. Soloists, ages 17 to 25, have won numerous international accolades. The Russian National Ballet Theatre has performed worldwide and is currently touring the U.S. In the Baltimore leg of its tour, the company will perform to Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet.
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By LOS ANGELES TIMES | September 7, 2006
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy Theatrical and Extended Limited Edition [New Line] $87 for the set or $29 each These two-disc sets of Peter Jackson's Oscar-winning versions of the J.R.R. Tolkien fantasies feature both the theatrical and extended editions as well as addictively entertaining feature-length documentaries shot by Costa Botes during the mammoth production in New Zealand. Pretty in Pink [Paramount] $15 During the 1980s, writer-director-producer John Hughes had an uncanny ability to tap into teen angst in such movies as Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink and Some Kind of Wonderful.
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By Stephen Kiehl and Stephen Kiehl,Sun Reporter | September 26, 2005
NEW YORK--"That's Molly Ringwald in the red dress." Where? "There! Right next to the table." Indeed, the red-headed star of The Breakfast Club and Sixteen Candles was standing outside an auditorium in midtown Manhattan, waiting to get into one of the premier events of the New Yorker Festival. Wow, some in line no doubt were thinking: Molly Ringwald -- seminal '80s teen star -- loved the New Yorker magazine as much as they did. Some 17,000 people -- not all of them famous -- attended the magazine's weekend-long arts festival.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | May 8, 1994
The rats are in the cornfield.If you don't know what that expression means today, there's a good chance you will tomorrow. Such is the power of Event Television to seize the popular imagination overnight with new characters, catch phrases and even worlds. And it looks as if ABC has itself an event and a half in Stephen King's "The Stand.""The Stand" airs in four parts on WJZ, Channel 13 -- tonight, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. each night.For the four or five people in the mid-Atlantic region who have not read King's best seller, you're not going to need a lot of background to get into the sprawling, eight-hour, four-night epic that reinvents America in a manner beyond even the wildest dreams of Bill and Hillary Clinton.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 5, 2007
From Russia, with grace The music and motion of Eastern Europe come to the Lyric Opera House tomorrow when the Russian National Ballet Theatre and Orchestra take the stage for one night only. General Director Vladimir Moiseev, grandson of Russian ballet master Igor Moiseev and soloist with the Bolshoi Theater, heads the company of 55 dancers. Soloists, ages 17 to 25, have won numerous international accolades. The Russian National Ballet Theatre has performed worldwide and is currently touring the U.S. In the Baltimore leg of its tour, the company will perform to Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | September 25, 1996
Is faux Hitchcock better than no Hitchcock at all? Check out CBS tonight and see."Kratts' Creatures" (5 p.m.-5: 30 p.m., MPT, Channels 22 and 67) -- Chris and Marty dive into the wetlands of Virginia. PBS."Wings" (8 p.m.-8: 30 p.m., WBAL, Channel 11) -- Joe and Helen get a new pair of neighbors to go with their new house: Kelly Coffield ("In Living Color") and Chris Elliott (the Conspiracy Guy and the Fugitive Guy from "Late Night with David Letterman"). NBC."The Nanny" (8 p.m.-8: 30 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13)
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By Ann Hornaday and Ann Hornaday,SUN FILM CRITIC | August 20, 1999
Someone stop Kevin Williamson before he commits another movie.Granted, Williamson hit a hip, self-referential nerve with his post-modern horror comedy "Scream." But ever since that smart cinematic in-joke became a surprise hit, Williamson has been hitting the same note over and over, whether with "I Know What You Did Last Summer" or "The Faculty," both of which he wrote.With "Teaching Mrs. Tingle," Williamson makes his debut as a director, an outing that should caution all those screenwriters out there who are convinced that they should be directing.
ENTERTAINMENT
By LOS ANGELES TIMES | September 7, 2006
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy Theatrical and Extended Limited Edition [New Line] $87 for the set or $29 each These two-disc sets of Peter Jackson's Oscar-winning versions of the J.R.R. Tolkien fantasies feature both the theatrical and extended editions as well as addictively entertaining feature-length documentaries shot by Costa Botes during the mammoth production in New Zealand. Pretty in Pink [Paramount] $15 During the 1980s, writer-director-producer John Hughes had an uncanny ability to tap into teen angst in such movies as Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink and Some Kind of Wonderful.
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March 13, 2006
When her parents forget her birthday, life stinks even more for a girl in Sixteen Candles (8 p.m.-10 p.m., AMC), with Molly Ringwald (above).
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By Stephen Kiehl and Stephen Kiehl,Sun Reporter | September 26, 2005
NEW YORK--"That's Molly Ringwald in the red dress." Where? "There! Right next to the table." Indeed, the red-headed star of The Breakfast Club and Sixteen Candles was standing outside an auditorium in midtown Manhattan, waiting to get into one of the premier events of the New Yorker Festival. Wow, some in line no doubt were thinking: Molly Ringwald -- seminal '80s teen star -- loved the New Yorker magazine as much as they did. Some 17,000 people -- not all of them famous -- attended the magazine's weekend-long arts festival.
FEATURES
By Ann Hornaday and Ann Hornaday,SUN FILM CRITIC | August 20, 1999
Someone stop Kevin Williamson before he commits another movie.Granted, Williamson hit a hip, self-referential nerve with his post-modern horror comedy "Scream." But ever since that smart cinematic in-joke became a surprise hit, Williamson has been hitting the same note over and over, whether with "I Know What You Did Last Summer" or "The Faculty," both of which he wrote.With "Teaching Mrs. Tingle," Williamson makes his debut as a director, an outing that should caution all those screenwriters out there who are convinced that they should be directing.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | July 13, 1997
This one's for all the chatterers. It's for the kibitzers and the whisperers and those who let it get out of hand. It's for all those who ever talked back to a teacher, rolled a marble across a classroom floor in midlesson, passed a note in class that was intercepted and read aloud, or hoisted a spitball when they thought the teacher was writing on the blackboard, only it turned out the old battle-ax had eyes in back of her head.It's for everybody who ever had to stay after school. Lord, the sickening sound of that phrase -- "stay after school" -- with all its images of classmates headed for the playground, headed home, headed for freedom, and you're left behind, sitting in that stifling classroom, and maybe somebody will lock all the schoolhouse doors before you can get out, or you might not get out until dark, and you might get lost in the dark, might fall of the edge of the earth and disappear forever and, boy, will your parents holler at you then.
FEATURES
By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | September 25, 1996
Is faux Hitchcock better than no Hitchcock at all? Check out CBS tonight and see."Kratts' Creatures" (5 p.m.-5: 30 p.m., MPT, Channels 22 and 67) -- Chris and Marty dive into the wetlands of Virginia. PBS."Wings" (8 p.m.-8: 30 p.m., WBAL, Channel 11) -- Joe and Helen get a new pair of neighbors to go with their new house: Kelly Coffield ("In Living Color") and Chris Elliott (the Conspiracy Guy and the Fugitive Guy from "Late Night with David Letterman"). NBC."The Nanny" (8 p.m.-8: 30 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13)
NEWS
By MICHAEL OLESKER | July 13, 1997
This one's for all the chatterers. It's for the kibitzers and the whisperers and those who let it get out of hand. It's for all those who ever talked back to a teacher, rolled a marble across a classroom floor in midlesson, passed a note in class that was intercepted and read aloud, or hoisted a spitball when they thought the teacher was writing on the blackboard, only it turned out the old battle-ax had eyes in back of her head.It's for everybody who ever had to stay after school. Lord, the sickening sound of that phrase -- "stay after school" -- with all its images of classmates headed for the playground, headed home, headed for freedom, and you're left behind, sitting in that stifling classroom, and maybe somebody will lock all the schoolhouse doors before you can get out, or you might not get out until dark, and you might get lost in the dark, might fall of the edge of the earth and disappear forever and, boy, will your parents holler at you then.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | May 8, 1994
The rats are in the cornfield.If you don't know what that expression means today, there's a good chance you will tomorrow. Such is the power of Event Television to seize the popular imagination overnight with new characters, catch phrases and even worlds. And it looks as if ABC has itself an event and a half in Stephen King's "The Stand.""The Stand" airs in four parts on WJZ, Channel 13 -- tonight, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. each night.For the four or five people in the mid-Atlantic region who have not read King's best seller, you're not going to need a lot of background to get into the sprawling, eight-hour, four-night epic that reinvents America in a manner beyond even the wildest dreams of Bill and Hillary Clinton.
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