For those of you who feel betrayed, disappointed, infuriated or traumatized by George Lucas, there's finally a movie for you -- the fascinating, excellent documentary, The People vs. George Lucas.
Essentially, director Alexandre Philippe has rounded up a herd of fan boys to talk about how much the first three Star Wars movies meant to them and how deeply creator George Lucas has subsequently betrayed them.
The term "class act" seems overused at a time when there are fewer examples of it around, but no more apt expression comes to mind. If anybody had the right to be, it was Sir Alec Guinness.
Interestingly, the animated series Clone Wars has tackled issues ranging from the banking industry, political corruption, lobbyists and corporate greed to the morality and ethics of war, and the right to health care.
The production is hardly a surprise attack by the nose-thumbing partners. It could be said they're going after Christianity as a whole with the appearance of a slang-spouting Jesus in a lustrous blond wig.
On perhaps no part of Ronald Reagan's legacy is there more consensus than the belief that he won the Cold War. But the reasoning behind this is flawed in fundamental respects.
Wookie wackos, Darth Vader dribblers and Stormtrooperettes are rejoicing in the streets of Las Vegas today, as their favorite movies are finally going to Blu-Ray.
Even in as chaotic and random a world as we live in now, Americans have come to rely on a few rock-solid inevitabilities during the Christmas/New Year...
One of the (many) disadvantages of getting old is that so many friends are dying around you. So it has been anguishing for me this past month.
I loved Star Wars as a kid. I was told over and over again that I liked "boy things." When I read the story about a little girl named Katie who was getting teased for carrying a Star Wars water bottle to school because it was "only for boys," it saddened me.
As usual, this is less about Lucas' greed and more about him using his Star Wars films to play around with new technology, in this case perfecting the much-maligned art of 3D conversion.
I often rail against 3D conversions (and the entire 3D fad in general) , but the chance to see Star Wars on the big screen again, in any format, is terribly exciting news.
Can men get rid of unwanted hair without popping Xanax? Here are your manscaping options, with a little commentary thrown in for good measure.
Grant Morrison, author of comics like Fantastic Four, Batman and Superman, and Indian artist Mukesh Singh, are putting a high-voltage spin on the Sanskrit saga.