Tag Archives: Ted Danson

Body Heat

SHE TAUGHT HIM EVERYTHING SHE KNEW – ABOUT PASSION AND MURDER. In the middle of a Florida heatwave, lawyer Ned Racine (William Hurt) embarks on an affair with a sexy married woman (Kathleen Turner)… and soon they begin to talk about getting rid of her husband (Richard Crenna). Lawrence Kasdan’s first film as a director … Continue reading Body Heat

Saving Private Ryan: Spielberg’s Hymn to the Fallen

THE MISSION IS A MAN. Steven Spielberg has directed several masterpieces over the years, but this one is the most controversial. The general sentiment expressed by snobs is that the first 20 minutes, depicting the invasion of Normandy, are outstanding, but the rest is typical Spielberg mush. It’s as if the fact that those 20 … Continue reading Saving Private Ryan: Spielberg’s Hymn to the Fallen

CSI: Dead Men Do Tell Tales

In the fall of 2000, a remake of the old thriller series The Fugitive (1963-1967) was expected to be a hit. It was what CBS believed in. Audiences couldn’t care less, but they did like the new show slated after The Fugitive. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation quickly became a sensation and in spite of its … Continue reading CSI: Dead Men Do Tell Tales

Damages: Power and Personal Ruin

  When Glenn Kessler, his younger brother Todd and Daniel Zelman got together to create a new legal show, their idea was not to follow the same path as Law & Order or David E. Kelley. There would be no lengthy courtroom showdowns, or any Boston Legal-type comedy stunts. In fact, Damages was serious business … Continue reading Damages: Power and Personal Ruin

Ted

When John was a kid, his beloved teddybear came alive thanks to a Christmas wish; as an adult, Ted is still his best buddy… but also an obstacle in John’s four-year long relationship with Lori (Mila Kunis). Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane’s feature film directing debut will please every fan of that show, as both … Continue reading Ted