I have found that upon entering my 50's, along with a sprinkling of menopause, I am, on average, six thoughts away from the actual thing I am trying to say.
I truly believe that it's a small world and that every good deed can add up to real and lasting change, especially through the power of technology and social networks.
So here we have the presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney, on the eve of the GOP convention, distancing himself from his party's oppressive pla...
8 may strike some as preaching to the choir. The truth is, it isn't. There's simply no possible substantiation for the opposite view.
For the first time, scenes that were cut from the script and the film are written about and selections from proposed sequels are included.
As Fox appears ready to take steps back towards the kind of dark, interesting material that they excel at, a la "24," this could prove to be an interesting year for the network.
Most movies don't need to be remade, but some can be successful. Remember a film from last year titled True Grit? Well Footloose is not True Grit but it is enough fun to make the effort worthwhile.
Geez, Footloose sucked when it was a Kevin Bacon movie in 1984. Who thought remaking it, almost scene for scene and song for song, would improve it?
Kyra Sedgwick describes the discovery that she and her husband Kevin Bacon are 10th cousins once-removed as "a little upsetting," but it shouldn't be. Here's why.
It wasn't the mutants. It was humans that caused the Cuban Missile Crisis. Only luck saved us from nuclear war. But other than that, the new film, X-Men: First Class, gets a lot right about the historic crisis that is central to its plot.
This was the not the first title I had in mind for this piece. But when I dug into Clint Eastwood's life and career, it seemed particularly apt -- and not even close to an overstatement.
X-Men: First Class is the latest installment of the Marvel film franchise to use comic book action to address some potent social issues.
Word had got out that I was pregnant, and it didn't take long for one of the guests to come barreling across the room, eyes shining with the unwavering focus of someone about to cut a line of cocaine.
Christy Turlington hopes the "Every Mother Counts" CD -- and her advocacy initiative of the same name -- will bring attention to maternal health issues in the weeks leading up to Mother's Day.
The movie is a little unsure of itself tonally because it doesn't quite know what it thinks of its protagonist. But it is weirdly amusing and has cult favorite written all over it.