Pour the wine. Keep pouring. I need to forget this happened.
Plus Captain America is single again, Kylie Jenner reminds us why teenagers shouldn't be given an audience of millions, and the Dancing Man finally got his party.
Since news broke last week of Josh Duggar's sexual abuse of underage girls, including his sisters, we've all heard his and his family's statements about "past teenage mistakes" and how he "deeply regrets" what he's done. We've also learned a...
Which plots are advancing well, and which are spinning their wheels?
Mad Men ended last week, and although I haven't seen a single episode of the show, that's mostly because I vastly prefer the book series. Much deeper, a lot more room to stretch out the details of the characters and...
1. "Shoes That Put Women in Their Place": A terrific column from Elizabeth Semmelhack at The New York Times. “You can’t even really see the shoes. In many of the photos of women on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival, the elegant gowns fall all the way to the ground, obscuring a view of their special-occasion footwear. Show More Summary
When I got married to Mrs. Pajiba-hyphenate ten years ago next week, I didn't cry. Why? Because I'm a man, and men don't fucking cry during one of the most poignant, lovely moments of their lives. Men sack up! And...
The 'Jurassic World' actor preemptively strikes against press tour stupidity.
From Lloyd Dobler (John Cusack) blasting "In Your Eyes" outside the window of girlfriend Diane (Ione Skye), in "Say Anything…" (1989), to playboy David Aames (Tom Cruise), running in a daze through an empty Times Square, in "VanillaShow More Summary
Some movie companion books are little more than cash grabs, collections of official stills loosely connected with bland copy that sounds pulled from the production notes. It’s rare to find a tie-in coffee table tome hat really does its film justice. Show More Summary
The original Italian title of Mario Bava’s 1964 “Blood and Black Lace” is “Sei donne per l’assassino,” that is, “Six Women For The Murderer.” It’s certainly not the first work in cinema and literature to concern itself with the serial...Show More Summary
Ryan Murphy currently in talks to secure Furguson the Cat also.
American Ninja Warrior on NBC at 8:00pm ET. Seventh season premiere. Grace of Monaco on Lifetime at 9:00pm ET. Original telefilm. This film stars Nicole Kidman, Parker Posey, and Tim Roth and opened at Cannes last year. The fact tha...
Near "The Gift's" opening, as Jon Snow passed his command to a sneering Alliser Thorne, Jon thanked the First Ranger for his usual honesty, and quickly moved on. As the hour progressed, it was hard not to experience similar emotions...
Chaz Ebert announces the major prize winners chosen by the jury of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, following a press conference packed with surprises. And the winners are... RogerEbert.com: Cannes 2015 Prize Winners from The Mint on Vimeo.
After struggling through the first part of its third season, Orphan Black found its footing in the sixth episode of the year by closing several doors and opening a couple more. And speaking of opening doors, let's just get this...
In a move that confounded expectations, a jury led by the Coen brothers awarded the Palme d'Or to Jacques Audiard for "Dheepan," an immigrant drama centered on three Sri Lankan refugees who live as a fake family in France. "Dheepan"Show More Summary
The tension is palpable as the Cannes awards are soon to be announced! I don’t mean the Palme d’Or, folks, but the prestigious Palme de Whiskers, my just-for fun award for the Cannes festival’s Best Feline Performance. The most glittering...Show More Summary
The awards for the Un Certain Regard sidebar were announced last night, and the top prize went to "Rams," an Icelandic charmer about two sheep-breeding brothers who, despite their semi-estrangement from one another, stubbornly resist slaughtering their family flock amid an outbreak of scrapie, the lamb equivalent of mad-cow disease. Show More Summary