If you get to Cannes, you stay there for much of the fest. But if you can make it to Toronto for a weekend, why not?
It's rare that you see five films in a day at a film festival and hit all good ones. But as I settled in to Tim Blake Nelson's Leaves of Grass Monday ...
Whenever people say, 'wait, how come you're not funny?' Or something like that, I'm always like, 'if I said to you casually the stuff that I say on stage, it would get really uncomfortable.'
The new economy is a tough place for these old-fashioned guys. That's why it's important that we work together to create a new kind of masculinity, not defined by "infants in Morissey onesies."
Here are some tips from New York City voice-actor Jeremy Redleaf on transitioning from a full-time job to freelancing/odd-jobbing, or from one freelance gig to another.
All the actors in Paper Heart know exactly how cute we'll find them, but that is no reason not to enjoy it.
Paper Heart actually feels like two movies. One is a flimsy documentary. The other, a mockumentary.
My love conversation with Charlyne Yi at the Just For Laughs Comedy Conference and Film Festival in Montreal earlier this week.
Year One: a whole new opportunity for Harold Ramis to do what he does so well -- under the guise of slapstick guffaws, subversively preach goodness over badness.
I wish Jack Black well. I really do. And Michael Cera, too. Funny guys, both of them. But I'm sorry, films like Year One just aren't going to cut it anymore.
In case we didn't know the holiday season was fast approaching... a spate of CD box sets, hits compilations and expanded, Deluxe Editions of some of our favorite albums are usually tell-tale sign.