Do teen crushes ever really go away? Or does our judgment get better?
Believe it or not, in a pop culture filled with mindless reality shows and slick formula franchises, there are still a few players out there whose work offers a glimmer of hope that originality and intelligence can prevail. Tilda Swinton is one such player.
George Clooney may be able to do a lot of things, but he isn't a song-and-dance man. That's unless you count his hokey hoedown and country croon as a member of the Soggy Bottom Boys in O Brother, Where Art Thou?
There's nothing inherently wrong with being rich in America. What's wrong is when you use this wealth to disenfranchise and subjugate those who aren't.
We need to remember that when women, in particular, come together, we often have the most impact.
In a somewhat surprising turn, Real Steel repeated at the top of the box office, defeating a Footloose remake and a prequel to The Thing.
George Clooney's new directorial effort provides the grittiest of views of the moral deterioration of a very young and savvy political operative.
Just who are all those loud, irritating "talking heads" you see and hear giving soundbites on celebrity news shows? Here's a question-and-answer guide to set you straight!
There is only one adult in the room in The Ides of March: Philip Seymour Hoffman. The rest is sort of an MSNBC/Jersey Shore political cartoon.
There were two major releases this weekend, and both of them more-or-less did what was expected of them. Disney/Dreamworks unleashed the robot-boxing/father-son drama Real Steel, which easily topped the weekend.
Rep. Chris Smith convened the hearing of the House Foreign Affairs Sub-Committee on Africa, Global Health and Human Rights to address Ker Aleu Deng's situation as a "Lost Boy." The young man spoke eloquently.
Should Capitol Hill be looking to Hollywood for better scripts? Actor George Clooney thinks that while Democrats have accomplished a great deal for the U.S., they "have done a terrible job so far" of getting this through to Americans.
The timing may be just right for George Clooney's probing tale, The Ides of March, which Sony Pictures is positioning as a political thriller, but comes across more as a political fable.
If you're too high-minded to get down in the mud with your opponent -- but your opponent can grab victory by playing dirty -- who's the winner?
My hunch about skipping the opening weekend of this year's Toronto International Film Festival has paid off, in more ways than one. Mostly, however, ...
Ides of March should make great fodder for the chattering classes. And it certainly marks the emergence of delicious Ryan Gosling as a star.