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Dallas Scene of the Day: ‘J.R. Ewing?!’

In “Bail Out,” an eighth-season “Dallas” episode, Pam (Victoria Principal) stands in her office doorway and greets pilot Gerald Kane (James Cromwell), who has flown from Corpus Christi to see her. 369 more words


Critique: ‘Dallas’ Episode 178 — ‘Bail Out’

Bobby springs Jenna from jail in “Bail Out,” while Sue Ellen liberates her own tongue. After discovering J.R. has cheated on her yet again, she stops playing the dutiful wife and begins speaking her mind, even if it means telling loved ones things they don’t want to hear. 1,102 more words


The new firefighter of Rancho Santa Fe (and two other notes)


  • Kudos for Team USA who brilliantly won this afternoon the World Soccer Women Title

  • “Still Mine”, with James Cromwell and Geneviève Bujold is a good Canadian film released in  2013 (available on Netflix)

Critique: ‘Dallas’ Episode 174 — ‘Déjà Vu’

What could be unholier than an alliance between J.R. Ewing and Cliff Barnes? In “Déjà Vu,” the sworn enemies agree to work together to keep Bobby and Pam apart. 1,184 more words

Larry Hagman

James Cromwell Champions Docu 'Imminent Threat' And Actor/Activist Has Stories To Tell

The best way to ensure a hot-button documentary doesn’t disappear is to get someone famous to rally behind the film. Jim Carrey’s Twitter diatribes against Gov.  1,635 more words


Daily Dose: Babe and the THAT'LL DO PIG Moment

The One-Line Summary: When an adorable little piglet gets orphaned at a local country fair after his mommy gets eaten (in the long proud tradition of kid’s movies)(I mean being orphaned, not being eaten), the farmer who wins him in a “Guess the Weight” contest takes him home and lets the little porker live with his border collies where the pig eventually makes friends with all the barnyard animals, learning all about relationships and the troubling eating habits of people but most importantly the subtle nuances of sheep herding, which become so impressive he gets to compete in the big sheep-herding competition because that is totally a… 576 more words


Deep Impact (1998)

I haven’t seen Deep Impact since it hit home video back in the late nineties. I’ve always referred to it as “the other film” due to it’s being released shortly before Bruce Willis launched a crew of would be saviors into the atmosphere in Armageddon. 614 more words

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