We Bought a Zoo is one of what is becoming a crowded seasonal field of movies with something to appeal to each of several generations.
We Bought a Zoo will leave you feeling as though you, too, need a new adventure. Maybe not a zoo, but a risk.
"Leadership is a powerful symbol -- it defines who belongs and who does not. When someone sees someone like themselves in a position of power and influence, it makes them feel valued and it gives them something to aspire to."
We can all agree on the gravity of this challenge and the efficacy of solutions -- solutions that were developed more than 100 years ago. Yet today, more people have access to a cell phone than a toilet. Proper toilets and safe water are inextricably linked.
Find me a few stars of stage, screen and song with the principle and courage that Frank Sinatra showed when he stood up for his brother Sammy Davis Jr. in the 1950's and you can change the world and help end this cold season of hardship and discontent.
Melding journalistic reportage and visceral narrative, Women, War & Peace stands as an example of the power of film to ensure that under-recognized subjects become part of the permanent record.
Until recently, the privatization of humanity's most valuable resource was a Third World problem. Now the idea and the economics behind it are spreading to more developed countries like China, Russia, Canada, and even the United States.
Even today, as solutions are known and available, lack of access to safe water and sanitation continues to claim more lives through disease than any war claims through guns.
In the past year Americans have witnessed a new phenomenon that astounds and profoundly revolts me: the degradation and demonization of the teaching p...
This groundbreaking series must be seen.
"When the mother of that 12-year-old testified, it brought the trial to a standstill. They had to call a recess because she just started sobbing and they said it sounded like a wild animal."
Almost fifteen years after Titanic, with six Oscar nods and one win to her credit, Kate Winslet is an actress at the peak of her powers -- no longer a precocious ingénue, but a professional who's conscientiously developed her craft.
The first hour of Steven Soderbergh's Contagion is so tense that you can almost forgive the second half for getting bogged down.
When word leaked out earlier this year that A-list filmmaker Steven Soderbergh was thinking about retiring from Tinseltown to become a painter, he was...
One of the reason educators have been holding tightly to this Matt Damon thing is because of that feeling of helplessness. Will THIS will be the moment that people will really listen?
What's stopping Hollywood from doing what Matt Damon recently did when he came out publicly in favor of the public teachers union? What's stopping these leftist-liberal-progressive movie stars from flooding the airwaves?