The 82nd Academy Awards on ABC was a mixed bag. It was a tepid start, but eventually picked up steam heading for the finish line.
With television series now generally at least as good as if not better than feature films, there are fewer reasons to drive to a theater. But you'll never see anything at home like Avatar.
Will Hollywood ever look past the financial attractiveness of the PG-13? Or are we forever at the mercy of adolescent buying power?
Here's hoping Leo and Kate do many more films together. But for now, let's celebrate their careers to-date with a sampling of their more interesting, lesser-known work, both pre-and post-Titanic.
How about sending Brad Pitt to Iran to free the Newsweek reporter? Let's send five of America's hottest actresses to the Middle East! We'll call it the Sexy Summit.
Maintaining a healthy weight is not about your daily intake of fat -- and it is not about cutting out the carbs!
(500) Days of Summer shows that sometimes relationships fail regardless of how much you love someone, but going through that experience can make you a better person.
The conventional thinking that a movie is best appreciated on a huge screen and in an assemblage of strangers no longer holds true when compared to a high-definition home theater.
In fairness, since I am not an actress or model, I'm not looking at it as an expression of art; I'm just thinking of the expression on my son's face if I posed naked.
In honor of the 81st Academy Awards, I decided I wanted to start the first annual Lucky Awards. It's not about glamour, but the person or film and their contributions to a greater good.
Waltz with Bashir was not made for Hollywood, it was made for human beings. It was made for the people who went through the horror it shows.
With Academy-Awards and nostalgia as my excuses, here are a few of my brief encounters with a real queen, a world queen, a political queen and a few Oscar-winning drama queens.
Hugh Jackman was sensational. Kudos to the producers for turning to an actual movie star to host instead of seeing who's available from Comedy Central.
Clearly Michelle Obama's inaugural night confection by Jason Wu set Hollywood stars into envious copycat mode. White, frothy, tiered and layered full-length poofs have been the biggest trend and misstep of the night.
Revolutionary Road is a high-powered, high-profile film with a first-rate cast headed by superstars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, directed by Sa...
It's been fairly easy to predict the Oscars over the past few years. Sadly, this year's contest seems to be no different.