A hundred years ago there were 100,000 tigers in the wild. Today there are as few as 3,200.
This field of 10 illustrates how movies that would once have been judged just solid are now praised to the skies. To my mind, the Best Picture nominees that meet the historical standard number five.
after reading Michelle Rhee's two newest efforts to launch her own form of "Inception" -- her organization's inaugural policy agenda -- I see her fundamental misunderstanding about the power of ideas.
One interesting aspect of waiting to see certain Hollywood blockbusters on DVD is that you hear a lot in advance from the people who plunk down the bi...
There's no reason why they can't find talented 18- to 20-year-old actors to play angst-ridden roles. It would make the stories that much more credible as the actors age in the course of the series length.
Unless a play wins a Tony or a Pulitzer, chances are it won't get made into a feature film. So until a guy like me walks along, no one seems to bother.
My life this past week was about many things, but in particular: a break-up. That's why this column takes on the the Best Worst Brands for my 5-step break-up cure.
After being inundated by countless and misleading television commercials and far too many and unwanted fliers sating our mail boxes, the electorate is...
Inception got us to thinking -- what if you could enter the dreams of Sen. Jim Inhofe, Big Oil's MVP?
A relatively small percentage of Americans eat a la the Europeans. Yet almost all the movies I've lately been watching show American characters eating the "continental" way. The question is why?
Hype, hype, hype, is what we have here. Why did the critics give this junk their highest ratings? It does not hold a candle to the Matrix series.
It took me a week to read Dax-Devlon Ross's review of Christopher Nolan's blockbuster, Inception. He warned the reader that it was a spoiler, and havi...
Let's close the 30/10 deal by being so united in our support that it is on the front page and everyone in Washington knows what we're talking about and asking for.
Inception was again number one, with $43.5 million in its second weekend. That's a borderline-shocking drop of just 30%, which is almost unheard of in this day and age of mega-openers.
You can enjoy Inception in any number of ways, as action film with big brain, science fiction with multiple twists, spy flick, heist flick, love story, or simply a big budget spectacle.
Inception is a visually dazzling, exceedingly intelligent, and possibly ingenious puzzle box. But, for the first time in a Chris Nolan film, I didn't have any real emotional investment in the characters.