In the week following the convention, two videos chronicling alternatives to Comic-Con arose, both outdoing the main event.
I'm bone-tired of watching formulaic retreads run through the Hollywood machine; material that may make us laugh in the moment, but that over the long run, blends in with so much similar and oh-so-familiar material we've seen before.
I kept waiting for Jay Roach's Dinner for Schmucks to run out of steam or jokes. But it rarely did.
I spent the last ten days driving across the country, off the grid, disconnected, unable to watch anything online. Here are the top five funniest videos I missed while I was away.
A kind of animated James Bond film in reverse - because it's set in a world of only villains - Despicable Me is an imaginative computer-generated come...
Earlier this week, Steve Carell told BBC Radio that next season would likely be his final one as lovable boob Michael Scott on The Office. If this rin...
The lesson in Date Night isn't that you need to woo your spouse with a fancy night on the town, but that you should continue courting them and find exciting new activities to do together.
Given the track record of director Shawn Levy, I approached Date Night with a certain amount of dread -- OK, a lot of dread. So let me say straight off that Date Night isn't terrible -- and I mean that as the mildest of praise.
Bits and pieces of films that were big and those expected to be big paled next to the high point of the day, the first outside-the-studio showing of the Disney-Pixar Toy Story 3.
The big music news this week, and quite possibly the biggest news in the compact disc world since the release of The Beatles catalogue back in 1987, is the reissue and remastering of Debbie Harry's 1981 solo release "Koo Koo." I KID!
The online auction will raise funds supporting the RFK Center's vital work around the globe.
In sixty years there's never been worse hosts. Suffering through that excruciating opening was like reliving my Uncle Lou's 75th birthday party at Sr. George's Smorgasbord.
Time Magazine has asked me to take part in its 10 Questions feature, where readers get to ask a question of someone in the news. It would be fun to see how many of the 10 questions Time picks are from HuffPosters.
In the 15 years since Bill Clinton approved the provocative "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" plan, the social stigma often tagged to homosexuality has, in many cases, dropped away like molting feathers.
I maintain that whatever Rob Zombie touches turns to gold, unless we are talking about music, or that new Halloween remake.
May 2008 be for you what 2007 was for Martin Scorsese, Jordin Sparks, Harry Potter, Tina Fey, Forest Whitaker, Amy Adams, Amy Ryan, and Amy Winehouse (when not in rehab).