If The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus is the new Wizard of Oz, as one fan enthused at the Closing Night screening at this year's Hampton's Internati...
I've been a Terry Gilliam fan for a long time. Though I don't think his films always work, I admire his imagination and vision - and his willingness t...
If Guy Ritchie and producer Joel Silver (whose ham-handed fingerprints are all over this film) wanted to make a James Bond film set in Victorian times, why call him Sherlock Holmes? Why not Terlock Scones? Merlock Bones? Parkway Homes?
There has been Eliot Spitzer, Kobe Bryant, Mark Sanford, Alex Rodriguez, David Letterman, the list goes on. Now, it's déjà vu all over again. Another successful man caught with his paws in the honey jar (pun intended).
In the last Survivor episode, Shambles' plot to depose the Viper Queen had triumphed, thanks to a flip-vote by John, who avoided a random draw that might send any of them home. This week began Shambles' gleeful return to camp.
Of the 35 productions running or opening shortly -- including Hamlet and Patrick Marber's After Miss Julie -- at least 10 offerings have a rainbow-coalition hue.
Too often the only review that counts is the Times pronouncement via Ben Brantley or Charles Isherwood. This time Brantley's response was not what's known as "a money notice."
Sally Potter is a filmmaking icon. She is an outspoken, visionary, feminist director who has been on the cutting edge of the indie world since she started making films.
This new take on "Hamlet" brings to Broadway the same montage that played in the West End in London, where it did a sold out run, with the same cast. And what a wonderful cast that is. The strength from the cast reflects on Mr Law's performance of Hamlet.
A new bad-ass, bare-knuckle-brawling, Rachel McAdams-screwing Jude Law abusing, Tony Stark-quippy Sherlock Holmes!
Well, he got naked an hour after we talked. Long ago I purchased a matinee ticket for a well-reviewed drama, Indiscretions, brought across the pond ...
Tom Cruise is one of those rare people -- someone who consistently gives a good product to an extremely fickle audience. I'm not saying he's a poet, but I am saying that he's great at his job.