Whoopi starred in some highly publicized and moderately successful comedies of this time, including Made in America (1993) and Soapdish (1991).Goldberg followed up to her success with Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (1993), which was well-received but did not seem to match up to the first.She received much critical acclaim, and an Oscar nomination for her role and became a major star as a result.Subsequent efforts in the late 1980s were, at best, marginal hits.We got Whoopi out in the rain Wednesday at NYC's Lincoln Center, and she was characteristically…READ MORE Whoopi Goldberg's soaring high in the entertainment world now, but the view -- much less the smell -- wasn't always rosy.She moved to California and worked with improv groups, including Spontaneous Combustion, and developed her skills as a stand-up comedienne.
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For those of us who grew up when the Soviet Union existed, the tale of Russell and Rhys’ ruthless but conflicted KGB agents posing as travel agency-owning D.
C.suburbanites has always had a masterful touch, playing into the paranoia of the ever-simmering superpower conflict (real and imagined).
, from what I’ve watched, is simply not prepared to go gentle into that good night without showing how much fight it still has.
Amidst the perils of teenage dating, agricultural warfare, new families and faces, and corruption on the shelves and among Moscow’s Soviet elite, one blow of many that brings in this increasingly darker cycle is a new poignancy.
But let me give a shout-out to the performances of the better-than-ever Holly Taylor, Costa Ronin, the never-to-be-underestimated Noah Emmerich, Frank Langella and Emmy-winning Margo Martindale.