Last night, I got involved in a brawl. ONLINE!! (How is this possible)?? Fight? It's through a screen, and it's not real. Right? In my ever-decl...
There is more to Money Monster than meets the eye. Yes it deals with the familiar in the guise of a television show hosted by one Lee Gates (George Clooney) with hot dancing chicks accompanying supposedly hot stock tips.
As an "I'm mad as hell" screed against the oversight-free excesses of Wall Street bankers, director Jodie Foster's Money Monster certainly arrives at ...
Recently, Politifact's fledgeling Punditfact re-rated George Clooney's claim that "The overwhelming amount of money that we're raising is not going to Hillary (Clinton) to run for president... It's going to the congressmen and senators to try to take back congress."
When booze is your livelihood, it's always a plus to find an excuse to drink during the day with your friends and make it seem like you're working.
Branding is one of the most POWERFUL tools in business. It always has been. In many cases, branding holds more power than that of a patent or trade secret. Strong brands are tough to beat.
Tomorrow's New York primary will be the decisive one, the pundits tell us. It will join a long list of other primaries and caucuses which were also deemed to be the crucial one which would decide the whole race.
The Sanders campaign attacked Hillary Clinton for raising the funds needed to change the Congress, state houses and state legislatures; all necessary if the "revolution" Sanders talks about is to happen.
Released in 1940, Pinocchio (Walt Disney's second animated feature film) includes some sequences that could easily terrify small children (little boys...
There is a complete lack of diversity amongst this year's Academy Awards nominees for Best Actor and Best Actress. I am not talking about the dearth of African Americans (or in the case of Idris Elba, African Brits), or Hispanics or Asians. I am referring to brunettes!
The Coen brothers are always interesting, their cinematic choices bold and featuring hidden messages. Hail, Caesar! is no different; there are so many sub-themes and inside jokes in the film, it would take at least three viewings to get about half of them.
Light hearted, wink and nod, middling Coen Brothers Hollywood hijinks are still worth the watch! Clearly this is no country for serious men. . . farg...
I'm a big fan of hope. I've stood on the edge of some grim and horrific precipices, and managed to avoid falling into them because of hope. I've experienced injustices and cruelty, and survived, even thrived, because of hope.
The Coens' latest film Hail, Caesar! has the brothers returning to some of their favorite territory: kidnappings, old Hollywood, and the screwball comedy. And, as usual, it's a Coen brothers film through and through.
The failure of the Academy to select any nominees of color is symptomatic of the larger issues facing the industry.