Let us continue our look back at the year in film with a token acknowledgement of ten films that were not quite as bad as their critical reputations. For the record, not all of them are good pictures, but none are pure failures, either.
What to make of the awkwardly titled Hemingway's Garden of Eden? That Ernest Hemingway probably had a reason not to publish the starchy, pointedly perverse little novel before he killed himself?
The most modern-looking hair color is any shade that is most flattering to your complexion. When your hair color is right, your skin should seem to have a natural glow. It should look more vibrant and beautiful.
Aronofsky's Black Swan inhabits an entirely different planet. An audacious rethink of the themes implicit in Swan Lake, it uncovers the rivalries and ambitions roiling a New York City ballet company.
Weekend report: I spent my Saturday in Malibu ... Friend and fellow LA Native and Malibu Colony neighbor Chad Rogers finally sold the Wells Fargo par...
The combination of Josh Brolin and Megan Fox should make for some fireworks at the box office. However, this movie manages to tamp down any excitement these two could engender.
This week, the podcast review of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror takes you from the sublime to the ridiculous, as Dan Persons, Lawrence French, and ...
Jonah Hex is such a colossal waste of time that even thinking about seeing it would squander precious seconds of your life.
Why are they making another sequel to two films which, future studies will show, can cause brain damage to anyone who watches them? Because adults don't matter to Hollywood.
It's time for the studios to take care of the people who are making them money. It's time to stop underpaying the hard working talent that drives profits and overpaying the spoiled and irrelevant.
Why has Fox earned such hatred that millions of people are so pleased at the mere idea that an actress got fired for speaking her mind to the press and criticizing the filmmaker of a movie that most people didn't care for?
Sadly, there's no back lash against giant fish lips in Hollywood, and Megan Fox leads the list of new victims! Here's why.
We must reform the very culture of education in California. All students, regardless of zip code, deserve the same support and access to quality education as the students of Wonderland Avenue Elementary School.
Chances are you liked the very funny PSA about California school budget cuts with Megan Fox. It was all in a day's work for writer/director Eric Appel at Funny or Die.