So, what is the message of Iron Man 3? That's a question with a multi-faceted answer. Even if it only refers to the political message. Be advised that there are major spoilers ahead, so proceed, or not, on your own hook.
The latest news on the Jesse Jackson Jr. front is that the former Illinois Congressman's attorneys may attempt to bar federal prosecutors from having their own medical experts evaluate Jackson.
It's been said, "Any press is good press." I don't know if I fully agree with that statement. But I can see where this phrase could prove true and, in some situations, any amount of press could be of benefit to someone. If properly used.
Here is our exclusive and nonexistent interview with Mr. Secured-Undisclosed Location himself (written, of course, in rhyming, Dick-ensian verse). Our one question to Cheney: "Why can't you just say you're sorry?"
Policy-wise, the GOP is an entity that literally lacks any new ideas, has no interest in governing and has rejected all of its own policy positions from as recently as early 2008.
The most important lesson of The Passion of the Christ was not that people are clamoring to watch faithfully pedantic retellings of Bible stories, but that some of the greatest stories ever told deserve to be told with an artistic flair.
Why did Foster use this platform, this symbolically terminal moment in her career, to address her sexuality? Why expose herself (and make her publicist "nervous") if only to be defensive? Why give us what she suspects we wanted and then criticize us for wanting it?
The deftness with which Charley Lerrigo has turned the assumptions and expectations of contemporary Christians upside down and inside out is a joy to behold, not only for his theatrical craft but for his brilliant use of character development.
Scott Stapp's book, Sinner's Creed is brutally honest and pulls no punches. It's about one man coming to terms with the incongruity of the vocation he's chosen and the faith he refuses to give up. Stapp's tale is authentically rock and roll.
At the age of 30, having deliberately stepped away from acting and show business for five years to figure out what she wanted to do, Gaby Hoffman has decided that acting is a choice she wants to make for herself.
My boyfriend and I haven't even been dating a year and we're already fighting about a divorce settlement. Not our divorce settlement, but everyone else's
As loathsome and absurd as it may seem, Mel Gibson's plan to produce a movie about the Maccabees is not an existential threat to Jews, unless he decides to change the ending so that the Maccabees lose.
Anna Stump is a Los Angeles based artist who has delved into painting portraits of actors as Jesus Christ from popular movies. The series was recently...
New York Non-Stop's Roseanne Colletti is joined by Bonnie Fuller of HollywoodLife.com to discuss Will and Kate's upcoming tour, along with the latest Hollywood couples to call it quits.
I could go to painstaking lengths, detailing how deeply offensive and unfunny the repeated and gratuitous use of n**** in The Hangover Part II was, but the damage in large part has already been done.
The Beaver asks us to believe a man can function in society by wearing a beaver puppet on his arm, and talking in its voice. He's not an aspiring ventriloquist. He's just a crazy person.