"House of Lies" does nothing but confirm our worst fears about the darkest aspects of business culture; its overall grimness overpowers its ham-fisted attempts at complexity.
I'm not a big fan of adults, and I'm frankly beginning to doubt their ability to make our world a better place. Take Congress -- please. On the other hand, I've been heartened in recent weeks by working on The 2011 VH1 Do Something! Awards.
For Earth Day, we teamed up with Jonathan Jarvis and Kristen Bell to create a simple film on how water changes everything for people in need. Help us make this Earth Day all about water.
Sure, the latter is about ballet and the former has Cher and Christina, but the two films are twin journeys into the voyeuristic world of ripped female bodies and supercharged girl-on-girl tension.
It's been a while since I've seen a stinker as obvious as Burlesque. As a colleague and I noted afterward, it made us long for something as coherent and restrained as Showgirls. Or Glitter.
Conan O'Brien and his "Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television" tour rolled into New York City this week for two sold-out shows at Radio Cit...
On April 8, we're asking everyone to go barefoot for One Day Without Shoes. Most people don't even realize how many children in developing countries grow up barefoot -- and it's time to remind ourselves.
At The Humane Society, our mission statement is "Celebrating Animals, Confronting Cruelty," but a corollary principle is celebrating people who do remarkable things for animals. The Genesis Awards is built around that idea.
I started the evening as someone sympathetic to animal rights and welfare, and left the evening feeling enlightened on the issues and inspired to be much more of an advocate.
Adrienne wrote Serious Moonlight as her follow-up to Waitress, and was in development with it at the time of her tragic death November 1, 2006.
One would think that a movie about marriage and relationships would be the ultimate chick flick, but this story is very much from the man's point of view.
On Monday we launched the Second Annual Adrienne Shelly Foundation eBay auction in honor of my late wife, Adrienne Shelly, writer, director, and star of the film Waitress.