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.
Mel Gibson's portrayal of Walter Black, a psychotic man who possesses two voices and two personalities, is reductive and trite.
It's kinda scary how accurately we can now predict opening weekend grosses just based on the midnight number, but the math once again worked.
Participant Media holds the belief "...that a good story well told can truly make a difference in how one sees the world" -- that stories can compel social change.
The Beaver is about a severely depressed man who develops an alternate personality that speaks to him and the world through a beaver puppet. A story like this would be a hard sell under any circumstances.
If this film works at all, it is as an acting treat. Had Mel Gibson been in better standing with the film community at the moment, he would probably be expecting an Oscar nomination next year.
Is there a different sort of "depression," a deeper form, which does not respond to psychiatry's remedies? Is this what ails Walter Black (pun intende...
Neither Chris Brown nor Charlie Sheen did any jail time for the crimes for they were each convicted. Lindsay Lohan must be scratching her head in bewilderment.
For 40 years women thought they were getting paid less than men, but short of digging pay stubs out of garbage cans, didn't really have hard evidence. Until now.
Sheen's rants and irrational ramblings have been ratings gold, sure to impress even reality show mogul Mark Burnett. Celebrity train wrecks infatuate the media.
Few times in history has a rich and famous person so manically and frantically argued for his sobriety and sanity, while millions of viewers watch intuitively, questioning when the guillotine will fall.
There has been a trend of high-profile individuals making anti-Semitic statements, and it's entirely possible that these hate-filled tirades reveal the true sentiments of these celebrities.