10:15 AM, 10/19/14
Can You Tell Me How To Get To 'Sesame Street'? Why Yes, Yes We Can
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Rob Lowe: 'Living Well Is The Best Revenge'
12:24 AM, 10/18/14
Clive Owen Talks 'The Knick' Season Finale
Unfortunately, given that Wilmer's post That '70s Show career has mostly been built around family-friendly fare like Handy Manny... Well, it was kind of hard to imagine how that preschool program could be used as fodder for a haunted house.
The popular sense of the early 1960s is that it was mostly a time of light and celebration which came to an abrupt end with the November 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. But the reality, as most Mad Men viewers know, is much more complex.
I will not even try to expound on the construction of this episode and how well they brought back Kate Burton, fit in the flashbacks, and made me feel sympathy for Meredith again. When was the last time you really felt for her, or like her?
Ah, the Seventies! Let's get out our platform shoes, put that glitter on our lips, paint on your pants, boys and girls, and shake your groove things.
There have been various adaptations of Stephen King's books and stories over the years. Some have met with great success while others, well let's just say they were less than Kingly.
Cynthia Hill managed powerful and intimate access to women who suffered with the realities. While at Sundance 2015, I discussed with Hill the film, her exploration and the issues surrounding it.
Yesterday's SVU ripped its story from the headlines of Elliott Rodger, the"virgin killer" who published a deranged manifesto about his mysoginist rage and non-existent sex life before going on a killing spree.
"We wanted Daniel Craig to be the ultimate wedding crasher, with his sexy body and his speedo, and the two guys would be incredibly threatened by him. He was like the next generation terminator of wedding crashing."
It was perhaps the epitome of the phrase "First World Problems" - U2 uploaded its new album Songs of Innocence into everyone's iTunes library and a small, vocal minority freaked the eff out.
I still love listening to albums -- however threatened the album itself may be in today's music world. So from time to time I think, wouldn't it be nice to support musicians far and wide by sharing with you some of my own current pet sounds here -- the new music I'm listening to today?
Young Ones is one of my favorite movies of 2014, combining aspects of science fiction and Westerns with Greek and Shakespearean tragedy in a beautifully realized, utterly realistic, lived-in world with age-old themes that continue to echo throughout the human experience.
"America is the only country that went from barbarism to decadence without civilization in between," said Oscar Wilde.
Adam West walked the tightrope between comedy and playing a hero you could truly root for. He was able to say the most absurd things very earnestly, and then convince the audience that he was totally committed to every line of dialogue.
Starting this week, Beatlemania lives once again with last night's opening of Lennon: Through a Glass Onion at the Union Square Theater in New York.
Every computer-age gadget is deployed to bad effect in Jason Reitman's satiric new movie, Men, Women, and Children, and that's the least of the targets of his scrutiny: how about sex, ambition, and most of all, power, particularly of the parental kind.