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“In a scene worthy of movie-of-the-week witness box confessions, the former boyfriend of a woman charged with fatally beating her 2-year-old daughter testified Wednesday he was the killer.”
“Here's something we don't see enough of anymore: the classic psycho lady-in-distress TV-movie, starring one of the queens of the movie-of-the-week format: Heather Locklear.”
“Question: I am thrilled to see that TNT is attempting a movie-of-the-week franchise this winter, with some very good actors making adaptations of books by popular writers.”
“So too with Hollywood celebrities, who come to Washington only when they want to flog their movie-of-the-week disease or pick up a patina of seriousness by slumming with the wonks.”
“W.'re in the world of movie-of-the-week dramaturgy, a never-never-land of tinsel epiphanies and black-and-white creatures like Butch, who is not a human being but a symbol of intolerance (and who is being played by an actor who appears to have been cast for his resemblance to George W. Bush).”
“In its infinite sappy wisdom, Hollywood decided to turn the inspirational story of community activism into a schlocky movie-of-the-week.”
“The Hamiltons is a dark tale about family ties and growing up…sound a little too movie-of-the-week for you?”
“On November 20, 2008, CBS Paramount and The CW surprised many when it scrapped its entire Sunday night line up and replaced it with Jericho at 7:00pm EST and a movie-of-the-week.”
“Critics said the film had a TV movie-of-the-week feel, which apparently didn't draw people to the theaters.”
“The Olympiad Series and the 1977 NBC movie-of-the-week film, Wilma, based on the life of sprinter Wilma Rudolph, paved the way for Greenspan's next 30 years of documenting the Olympic Games.”
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