Victoria Jackson went from the big leagues of comedy to the rabid right of modern politics.
Or: Just how does David Spade keep getting work?
TNT pays tribute to Nicolas Cage
Spinning Into Butter spreads itself thin over racial prejudice
The prize is $2 million, but the reward isn't worth the effort
Cats & Dogs doesn't quite build a better mousetrap
Adam Sandler is the son of the devil. Like, no duh.
Spike Lee's new racial satire starts out strong but loses its way
In Crooks, Allen produces a lovable, relaxed--although not uproarious--comedy
Spade's relentless shtick is oh-so-familiar and hardly romantic
George Gimarc and an ex-Pistol make for some Rotten Television
Todd Solondz deftly examines life's rich pageant in Happiness