The lithe, glum women of Spread fulfill the prurient promise of the film's title without doing much else. Ashton Kutcher, the star and producer of the soft-core, low-budget ode to his own powers of seduction, does somewhat less.
As he showed earlier this year in the little-seen Personal Effects - and as he demonstrates again in the new Spread - Ashton Kutcher is an actor with range.
A few weeks ago I made a one-click mistake that transformed my controlled Twitter ecosystem into a blinding swath of incoming locusts, dust devils, and hail.
Last night Seth Myers hosted the 13th Annual Webby Awards at the Wall Street Cipriani, a location that symbolized one more example of how new media is...
Of all the questions that come to mind when looking at the case of Lee, Ling, and North Korea, the one troubling most people I know is: What do I do?
Twitter in a nutshell is hilarious, useful, informative, touch and intelligent. You will love Twitter after a while.
The reason I don't like Twitter is because it's redundant. Churning out 140-character updates on the relative quality of your lunch does not warrant its own site.
TIME.com followed several members of the "elite Twitterati" as they attended the White House Correspondents' Dinner in the ballroom of the Washington ...
Twitterati Ashton Kutcher sent out some tweets during the White House Correspondents Dinner along with this photo of his missus.
When everyday we're not really sure what the news is, it's not shocking that we have trouble finding the real news story from the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
"I'm really really really pissed off," a source close to Zoolander reports he said, "Why does someone who looks like Susan Boyle get to have all that talent? It's just not fair.
The internet is like an amusement park: There are rides that get lots of attention then fade in popularity as something newer and faster shows up. The newest attraction on the fairground is Twitter.
If I hear the word 'Twitter' one more time I think I'm going to go virtual postal. Same goes for Tweet, Tweeted, Twittering and Tweeter.
I have no idea who Ashton Kutcher thinks he is. But I am massively out-stripping him in one very important race in the Twitter world.
Officials said the procedure was totally "by the book" but refused to release the name of the book in question. It was reportedly published in Germany in the early 1940s.
While Coleman sore-losers it up, there's a new effort: NormDollar.com -- "A Dollar a Day to Make Norm Go Away."