Sunday, September 27, 2009

Lest We Forget

Television shows come and go but who will be remembered and who is forgettable? Mary McNamara reviews the new NCIS Los Angeles (the first of a new franchise?) and one that begs us to remember, but is alas forgettable, The Forgotten.

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The classic mystery novel and today’s paparazzi coincide in this engaging, insider’s look at Hollywood in the weeks leading up to the Academy Awards.

She is one of the very few reporters allowed to witness pre-telecast rehearsals and for years has covered Oscar night from the celebrity side of the red carpet and backstage during the show.

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