Forget natural childbirth, underwater births or even drug-induced labor. I want a Hollywood birth and whatever magic pill celebs like Nicole and Angelina take to make labor and delivery so doggone easy.
Some delightful children's shorts have come to DVD recently. One is the all-time Albert Lamorisse classic The Red Balloon, a delicately charming, word...
If the studios think we're all going to happily replace our library of movies and TV shows on DVD with Blu-Ray, they are in for a rude awakening.
Like pornography, an unnecessary movie remake is hard to define -- but you know it when you see it. A remake of Citizen Kane would be ludicrous.
The Golden Compass is a somewhat enjoyable popcorn movie, particularly if expectations are not too high and attachment to the novels is not too deep.
The magic of The Golden Compass is the critical look it takes at religion. What will it take to bring about change in beliefs, some of which are antiquated?
It's remarkable that William Donohue is still invited on TV after so many blow-ups on air. But whatever you think about his politics, Donohue simply doesn't comport himself in a Christian manner.
Margot At The Wedding is a film about suffocation. The suffocation of loving a person, any person, whose behavior speaks more than any promises of requital every could.
A movie I've defended since its release, I'm pleased that within Kubrick's newest box set, the unrated version of Eyes is now easily available.
Women on verges of nervous breakdowns tend to exhibit similar characteristics especially when the cause, as it often is, is men not paying enough attention.