In September, I wrote about the transition of the generations between actors and how we're at a moment where we can see it happening.
One of the greatest surprises of summer are those little shops that literally pop up in the city, offering new and intriguing wares -- from apparel to jewelry to toys, you never know what you'll find.
The annual meeting of theater owners is about getting customers into their local movie theater. Toward that end, there were talks on everything that may impact the consumer's theater-going experience.
They were the band of the aughts, and their style set a new standard for the cool-kid set. With a new album out, we take stock of a decade's worth of sartorial lessons.
Going the Distance is a surprisingly funny movie. It's not great - not by a long shot. But it made me laugh on a much more regular basis than I expected. And that's not something I can discount easily.
Weekend report: I spent my Saturday in Malibu ... Friend and fellow LA Native and Malibu Colony neighbor Chad Rogers finally sold the Wells Fargo par...
Dear Lindsay, Anyone who isn't living under a rock has already heard you were sentenced to 90 days in the LA County Jail for violating your DUI proba...
If you're famous and gay (or just like famous gays), the annual GLAAD Media Awards on Saturday night honored the best in film, television and journalism at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza.
The Golden Globe awards are often the best of the awards shows, because they're more freewheeling and it appears no one really takes them seriously.
In Everybody's Fine, De Niro neither plays a character who kills someone or plays a parody of Robert De Niro as either a crook or cop who kills someone.
De Niro is at the center of the film in one of the quietest performances of his career, yet one of the most moving -- the kind that ought to draw Oscar attention.
Denver plays a small part in Everybody's Fine, the tearjerking family drama disguised in recent trailers as a feel-good holiday film starring Robert De Niro.
Anger and physical aggression in girls and women is typically deemed inappropriate. We are taught to deny, suppress and hide these feelings, but that's not necessarily the healthiest response.
Here's the deal. Whip It, the new Drew Barrymore/Ellen Page film, is tanking at the box office. We have to go see it. If we don't, the money's going to dry up for girl-power films.
Calling Whip It competent is meant as faint praise -- and is barely true. The script might as well have been constructed from the screenwriting equivalent of Legos.
Whip It is one of the most enjoyable film experiences of 2009. It's a formula picture through and through, but it is a truly entertaining one.