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May 9, 1994 | RAY LOYND, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The final 10 minutes or so of "Heart of a Child" deliver a measure of emotional catharsis that is hard to resist. But it's such a grueling chore getting to that point that the story's sure-fire conclusion is much flatter than it should be. The narrative idea behind this fact-based ordeal centers on two pregnant women (Ann Jillian and Michele Greene) who, through a controversial infant transplant operation, create one healthy baby out of two babies who would otherwise have died.
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December 11, 1995 | LYNNE HEFFLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Must be the season: On the heels of Sunday night's ABC movie, "Never Say Never: The Deidre Hall Story," about the soap star's struggle with infertility, comes NBC's "Mixed Blessings," about the quest for parenthood undertaken by three couples. While Hall's film was based on her own life, this is best-selling novelist's Danielle Steel's sudsy take on the subject--although Steel, a mom several times over, could be considered something of an expert.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 24, 1998
MOVIES Sandra Bullock stars in "Hope Floats" as a mother (to Mae Whitman, at right), deserted by her husband, who heads home to live with her mother (Gena Rowlands) in a small Texas town. Further complications develop involving a childhood friend (Harry Connick Jr.). The film opens in general release Friday. MOVIES With "The Last Days of Disco," filmmaker Whit Stillman completes a trilogy of romantic comedies preceded by "Metropolitan" and "Barcelona."
ENTERTAINMENT
January 8, 1996
I found David Cole's views on religious TV programming or the lack thereof quite interesting, and his assertions about the depredations of the religious right serving as a disincentive for TV producers are probably, but possibly not so unfortunately, correct ("It's Not the Networks That Shy Away From Religion," Calendar, Dec. 18). However, I must comment about his recollections of "St. Elsewhere." The series Mr. Cole watched must not have been the one I watched. I certainly never saw the Bruce Greenwood character before his conversion as a "caring" doctor who "discovered" Christianity in a way that seemed "perfectly normal."
ENTERTAINMENT
January 7, 1989 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
You know you're in trouble almost from the beginning of "Twist of Fate" when two German conspirators in the plot to assassinate Hitler openly discuss the plan in a public bar. Why not try it through a megaphone? The two-part NBC drama airs at 9 p.m. Sunday and Monday on Channels 4, 36 and 39, squandering a good cast and botching an intriguing plot that merges a Nazi S.S. officer and a Jewish concentration camp survivor in a single character. In effect, Col.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 24, 2000
Movies The 1962 Cuban missile crisis unfolds through the eyes of Kennedy confidant Kenny O'Donnell in "13 Days." Roger Donaldson directs Steven Culp, above, as Robert F. Kennedy, Bruce Greenwood as John F. Kennedy and Kevin Costner as their trusted advisor. Opens Christmas Day in selected theaters. * Steven Soderbergh directs a large ensemble cast in "Traffic," a multilayered exploration of the U.S. war on drugs.
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June 3, 2007 | Lynn Smith
"JOHN" stars plenty of familiar faces -- Rebecca De Mornay ("Risky Business," "Wedding Crashers") and Bruce Greenwood ("I, Robot") play the volatile, verbal grandparents Mitch and Cissy Yost; Brian Van Holt ("Black Hawk Down") is their son, Butchie; Ed O'Neill ("Married With Children") plays family friend Bill; Austin Nichols ("The Day After Tomorrow," "Deadwood") plays the supernatural stranger John.
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