Hamm's remarks don't seem very careless -- they actually seem pretty thoughtful -- and he didn't say Kardashian isn't successful.
I hoped the boy wouldn't end up with the girl, but rather they would end up with other people. Alone would be fine with me, too. And I hoped that this non-happy ending would send viewers out of the theater smiling, because it really wouldn't be unhappy at all.
Friends with Kids is never as funny as I wanted it to be -- but I'm starting to think that few films can be. It's a smart romantic comedy that should amuse both halves of the couples who see it on date night.
Jon Hamm showed up as the emergency host, which only made me really wish that Jon Hamm was actually hosting. Also, explain to me again why Jon Hamm didn't host this week?
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.
Created by Finland's small mobile game developer, Rovio Entertainment, Angry Birds is a digital phenomenon. It has been downloaded an estimated 50 million times by people of all ages.
History, deep and multi-faceted, swirls around us, but our culture increasingly focuses on the momentary. That's at least part of the reason why Mad Men's Emmy feat has gone so little remarked upon.
Christina Hendricks has the old-world, but never old, sex appeal of our Marilyn, and is perhaps our first red-headed pin-up since Rita Hayworth. And she has major acting chops.
The advance buzz on Bridesmaids was to call it the female version of The Hangover. It was going to show that women could be just as raucous as men. It also has is a sweet center that makes it acceptable across the board.
Mad Men matches these times much better than does West Wing, 2008's Bartlet-like politics of hope notwithstanding. It's just too bad that the mass audience eludes it.
I didn't see Sucker Punch, and chances are, neither did you. The heavily-hyped special effects film opened Friday, but it lost the weekend box office...
There's a choice quote in this Emily Browning interview over at Nylon Magazine that merits a mention. Its implications are shocking.
If you're looking for Sucker Punch to make sense - or do anything else that seems conventional or that you've seen before - see another film. Zack Sn...
In between the stunning Week 17 finale of the NFL regular season and the most exhilarating Wild Card weekend in history, I broke entertainment news. Don't come for my job, Mary Hart. I didn't mean to.
You will find no independent films here, no brilliant art house dramas, no documentaries. I'm dismissing all "small" movies that deliver a "big" message.
The best show on television is again being honored as the awards season begins to ramp up. There's nothing that says Christmas quite like advertising and excess.