Irrespective of its bland trailer and product-based matrix, The LEGO Movie breaks down the soul-crushing tenets we liminally take for granted as socie...
This week marks the launch of Tradesy's Celebrity Closets for a Cause sale event, featuring fashion you can buy straight from the closets of stars like Julie Bowen, Connie Britton , Tori Spelling, Alison Brie, Emily Deschanel, and dozens more.
Shown at Sundance under the title Toy's House, Jordan Vogt-Roberts' The Kings of Summer is a coming-of-age tale that touches a lot of bases and explores a variety of tones in ways that most films are too timid to do.
Here's the rub on Community, which returns this week after a nine-month-long hiatus: Rival network executives and critics argue that it's not your father's kind of show. That's why it's getting jerked around on the schedule.
It's time for the group to navigate life with new perspectives, while fans can tip their hat to TBS for bringing the show back, and tip their wine glass as they watch!
Mitt Romney launched his major general election ad campaign this week and the late night hosts (minus the still on vacation Stewart and Colbert) were there to brutally make fun of him.
The Five-Year Engagement wrings a slightly different change on the old boy-meets-girl formula -- and finds enough big laughs to make the whole thing enjoyable, even if it's never particularly fresh.
This week's Mad Men offered up a much more insular episode, though the sense of decay and decline in New York which I wrote about earlier in the season is evident.
On this day we celebrate Adrienne's life, her accomplishments and the legacy she's left behind. It is in her honor that I started the Adrienne Shelly Foundation with a singular mission: to support women filmmakers.
This year at Comic-Con, many comedy films and TV shows held panels and screenings in an attempt to win over the all-powerful fan boys.
The Webby Awards tradition is to keep the speeches to five words each. In my mind, the winner of that contest was Zach Galifianakis -- this was classic Galifianakis anti-comedy.
It's action-packed, and not just for Mad Men, a show whose pace can sometimes be exceedingly deliberate. And it's fun, especially in contrast to the two shattering episodes which precede it.