The montages. The dance-offs. The sleeveless bad-boy partner. It all happened to Sarah Jessica Parker first.
A trip through the life of the director, newspaper cartoonist, doughnuts-and-coffee enthusiast—and, with this month’s The Big Dream, pop musician.
After 44 years, her first feature-film adaptation, Tiger Eyes, arrives next week.
Tales from the family-comedy trenches from veterans of Perfect Strangers, Full House, Step by Step, and other shows that got big ratings but critical sneers.
"It was the same version and production but mine’s better."