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Faith No More Back With Vigor

Rock band Faith No More has never been known for its subtlety. Even in quiet, almost introspective moments, there's a layer of darkness and angst that gives way to a razor sharp, if not borderline perverse, sense of humor. So when the...Show More Summary

Tavis Smiley: My Conversation With Jack Black

Tonight, I'm joined by Jack Black, one of this generation's most beloved comedic actors. The star of hit films like School of Rock and Kung Fu Panda currently has his hands in multiple projects, including the upcoming HBO series TheShow More Summary

Live from the Tribeca Film Festival: Wrapping up

My intentions were the best and yet, after my first visit a week ago, I only made it to one more day of screenings at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.  Which highlights one of the problems for me with the festival: It's too easy to ignore. Show More Summary

Theater: Not So "Fun Home;" Dying With "Living On Love"

FUN HOME 1/2 out of LIVING ON LOVE 1/2 out of FUN HOME 1/2 out of CIRCLE IN THE SQUARE It's a treat to see a serious new musical with top flight talent involved. But it's a real luxury getting to see it twice. When Fun Home debuted at the Public, it opened to almost universal praise. Show More Summary

Total Rubbish: A Chat with Monty Python's Eric Idle, Plus ASCAP, Scott James and Scott Mickelson Exclusives

photo credit: Andy Gotts A Conversation with Monty Python's Eric Idle Mike Ragogna: Mr. Idle, your latest, titled Total Rubbish, is not total rubbish, goodly sir. Eric Idle: [laughs] Well, it's "total" in regards of what we recorded. MR: A complete collection of basically everything Monty Python released on CD or records. Show More Summary

Drea de Matteo Joins Cruelty Free International Campaign to end Cosmetics Testing on Animals

If you are anything like me, you were a fan of The Sopranos and you probably remember the scene leading up to the demise of Adriana La Cerva, excellently played by Drea de Matteo, as one of the most nail-biting, heart-wrenching of the...Show More Summary

Aisle View: The Final Visit

Chita Rivera in Kander & Ebb's The Visit. Photo: Thom Kaine It's a funny thing about unproduced musicals. Many are instantly disposable and disposed, but we are here talking about unproduced musicals by Broadway giants. Shouldn't anything...Show More Summary

Why We Need to Keep the Activism of New Queer Cinema Alive

Gay activism comes in many guises, but we often don't stop to appreciate the role cinema has played in championing queer lives. Films generally reflect the sociocultural milieu of the time in which they are made, but can also think forward...Show More Summary

Brotherly Love's Eric D. Hill Gives a Shout Out to Single Moms!

Eric D. Hill is known for his character R.J., one of Vee's foster kids, on Netflix's Orange is the New Black. He's spreading his wings into film! Follow Eric on Twitter: @realehill and the film Brother Love at #BrotherlyLoveTheMovie....Show More Summary

Movie Review: The Water Diviner... Russell Crowe Should Crow About

A tender, soulful Russell Crowe makes The Water Diviner work. Crowe as a farmer who has lost his wife and three sons gives a masterful performance. Russell Crowe not only stars in this epic, but has directed The Water Diviner and proves his Oscar -winning talent for best actor needs no direction. Show More Summary

Here's How Influencer Marketing Propels Big Studio Movies

Entertainment marketing has typically relied on the 'spray and pray' model of marketing and advertising in the past. The studio makes a big movie, they allocate a ton of money for P&A (prints and advertising) and then they sit back and pray they make their numbers on opening day. Those days are gone. Show More Summary

On Playwriting and Penis Transplants

The other day, while reading a newspaper article, I was reminded of one of those well-travelled clichés that offer conventional, slice-of-life wisdom, such as, "What goes around comes around," or "There's nothing new under the sun."Show More Summary

Return to 'Paradiso'

Have you ever had your heart broken? Has a lover left you abandoned, adrift, forsaken? I was reminded of my own broken heart when I watched, for the second time and after many years, the 1988 Oscar-winning film Cinema Paradiso. The first time, I watched it as a moviegoer. Show More Summary

'The Americans' Recap: Paige What Are You Doing? Please Stop.

NOTE: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 3, Episode 13 of FX's The Americans, titled "March 8, 1983" And there we have it. I saw some of you Twitter whining about the season finale being boring or slow or not comprehensive enough. Show More Summary

Todd Rundgren: I Saw the Light

"Hello, it's me." Todd Rundgren can never escape that greeting and song title. Nor would he want to, I imagine. It's a signature song for him, one that was transcendent for American radio. Between that 1973 "Midnight Special" performance...Show More Summary

'Grey's Anatomy' Recap: Don't Go Derek!

Note: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 11, Episode 20 of ABC's Grey's Anatomy, titled "One Flight Down." Shonda is killing us. We have now waited two whole weeks to find out where Derek is. Apparently, he's not in a plane crash. Show More Summary

The Passion of Crowe: The Water Diviner Marks Russell Crowe's Directorial Debut

Russell Crowe may be the most misunderstood artist working today. The common perception of the hot-tempered Oscar winner "fightin' 'round the world" continues to unfairly overshadow the actor's impressive body of work (Gladiator, A Beautiful Mind, American Gangster, Robin Hood, Noah, the list goes on). Show More Summary

Doctor Zhivago's Sound

The musical based on that Russian classic Doctor Zhivago inevitably evokes comparisons with the Omar Shariff-Julie Christie, David Lean 1965 movie, from Boris Pasternak's 1957 novel. A Broadway show with name recognition, Doctor Zhivago has played in Australia and South Korea--in Korean--and was much loved. Show More Summary

New French Films Tackle Barbarism

It seems more than coincidental that two powerful French films opening Friday deal with anti-Semitism, albeit in radically different ways. 24 Days dramatizes the 2006 kidnapping of a young Jewish man in Paris; Because I Was a Painter is a documentary about art created by inmates of Nazi camps. Show More Summary

Movie Review: Ex Machina - Mechanical

Ex Machina is both tastily minimal and frustratingly simplistic.  Alex Garland's directing debut (he wrote 28 Days Later and Sunshine) is, in essence, a three-hander about three people in a house. OK, a high-tech mansion, but you get...Show More Summary

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