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RedEyeI've always appreciated the programmers at cable network FX for their desire to bring edgy, brainy and brave series to TV, which is why the Charlie Sheen project "Anger Management" stupefies me. How does the home of challenging, outside-the-box...
The Baltimore SunI don't like Charlie Sheen, and I thought the online mania over him last year after he was fired by CBS was a sign from God that American culture was in a very bad place and needed divine intervention to be saved. Given the political landscape these...
Tribune reporterIs Charlie Sheen representing reality in his sitcoms, or is he trying to shape it? Better question: Do we still have to care about him?In his previous show, CBS’s"Two and a Half Men,"Sheen played Charlie, a rich, womanizing bachelor who skated...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelCharlie Sheen returns in a new sitcom this week, and “America's Got Talent” announces its Top 48 acts. The highlights this week include: Sheen is back in “Anger Management,” a bawdy sitcom that debuts with back-to-back episodes...
Show TrackerCharlie Sheen will reunite with his ex-wife Denise Richards on "Anger Management" on FX...
The Hero ComplexT.J. Kosinski is back as a contributor for Hero Complex, this time with a quick preview of the seasonal scares coming soon to Universal Studios Hollywood... Want to play a game? This October, Universal Studios Hollywood wants to take you......
Orlando Sentinel Movie CriticAnother Allhallows Eve, another Saw movie. They're as dependable as pumpkins and as fresh as a jack-o'-lantern left out in the sun until Thanksgiving, but no matter. It wouldn't be fall without a little more torture porn. More "guilty" people deserving...
Zap2It.comWendie Malick is hoping the third time will be the charm for her and ABC. Malick, who's starred on the network's "Jake in Progress" and "Big Day" in recent seasons, has joined an untitled comedy set in Washington, D.C. She heads a slew of actors,...
Special to The TimesHorror sequels tend to be exercises in creative sadism: same abattoir, different Roman numeral. Giving a pound of flesh where it's due, the "Saw" franchise doesn't just look for new settings on the grinder but also aspires to hack out a meaty story arc....
Tags: Phil McGraw, Saw (movie), Surgery, Death, Saw III (movie)
Detroit Free PressLike an apple laced with razor blades, the release of a new "Saw" picture is a late-October tradition I can easily live without. The third installment offers the same sadistic shtick, opening with the familiar scene in a grungy basement bathroom with a...
Zap2It.comWhile the TV world is concentrated in Pasadena for the Television Critics Association Press Tour, the worlds of comics, video games, toys and movies (and just a bit of TV) are mobilizing down in San Diego for the 37th Comic-Con International, running from...
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