YouTube tentatively agrees to offer 'The Interview' for rental.
Kubo is coming.
Like a parched soul left adrift on a desert isle where all Broadway show tunes have been banished, I now realize how thirsty I have been for movie musical refreshment. “Les Miserables” feels as if it came out ages ago and, as much as...Show More Summary
Films like “Unbroken,” and the Laura Hillenbrand novel on which it’s based, capture something we all hope is true about ourselves—that we too are unbreakable. That when faced with horrendous, life-threatening situations, we would respond...Show More Summary
In a perfect world, “Selma” would exist solely as a depiction of darker days long since past, an American history lesson that concludes with reassurances that its horrors will no longer be perpetrated, tolerated nor celebrated. Alas,...Show More Summary
Andrei Zvyagintsev entered filmmaking relatively late in life, and to date has produced only four feature films. Yet he is arguably the most prominent Russian filmmaker working today, and his new film “Leviathan,” opening in limitedShow More Summary
Marion Cotillard casts aside her movie-star persona and her glamorous looks to play a working-class heroine in Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne's “Two Days, One Night.” While the film is a real departure for the actress, who won an Oscar...Show More Summary
It's just not fair.
Too hip for fossils.
Merry Christmas, you sleazebag derp weasel!
"Patti LaBelle is a liar."
You'll shoot your eye out.
Can we start talking crossovers?
Don't worry about Helena. She'll always have her tiny hats.
This is a huge undertaking, so I have chosen only one moment for each month of the year.
While many people, including myself, mourned the loss of iconic Brit Joe Cocker yesterday, who died of cancer at age 70, it was the passing of another Joe that shook me up even more. Emmy-winning film and TV director Joseph Sargent passed away in his Malibu home on Monday, from the lung disease COPD, at age 89. Show More Summary
5 Shows After Dark
A difficult drama to endure. But those who choose to take this trip with Jolie will be rewarded by a handsome, harrowing Hollywood tribute to an unforgettable American hero. Click To Continue Reading
With special guest Seth Freilich.
Is it too late to send this to everyone we know and call it a Sad Christmas e-card?