Cheap, soulless, and cliché-ridden, this film is best avoided.
Alec Baldwin and Shia LaBeouf never ended up sharing a Broadway stage as planned last year, but real-life dramatics landed both of them Thursday in a distinctly less celebrated venue: Manhattan criminal courts.
Not many performers can be called a true icon; Dolly Parton is the exception to that rule. From movies to music to Dollywood, Parton has managed to stay relevant and adored throughout her career.
Art Smith, executive chef to the stars, is a celebrity in his own right. He won't see it that way if you ask him; he'll be quick to tell you that he's just a normal guy from north Florida. His reputation precedes him, however.
An intellectually stimulating spy thriller as well as a poignant posthumous tribute to the great Philip Seymour Hoffman, "A Most Wanted Man" is a gripping slow-burn of a film.
This tepid, predictable "best friends lost their virginity over the summer" flick is a Very Poor Movie.
Besson has big ideas that get taken over by his "Transporter"-style need for over-the-top action and violence.
After last year's "Drinking Buddies," this is probably Swanberg's second most accessible work to date, and part of his continued evolution from a filmmaker once known as the king of mumblecore. Long may it continue.
In the Arts
With the quickly approaching Up Your Alley street fair and the vast array of related events that take place around the same time, San Francisco is poised to yet again celebrate the leather and kinky among us in a truly special way.
The Environmental Protection Agency's fight to clean up water pollution got a splash of pop culture, thanks to an Internet flub involving reality TV star Kim Kardashian.
If you feel a frisson of dread at the prospect of the new Woody Allen movie, you can be forgiven. But don't worry: It's not a disaster. Nor is it a masterpiece. It's more like a flat line.
The third season takes on a more sedated tone than in Seasons One and Two.
On July 30 at New York's supper club and cabaret 54 Below, Susan Blackwell hosts the "Volleygirls" fundraiser for the It Gets Better Project.
'McKellen Me Softly' is a one night party & art show sponsored by Geeks Out in which fans honor prominent gay actor Ian McKellen. Mike Diamond goes On The Scene to meet and greet with the geekiest gays you can possibly imagine!
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