Will Arnett's new Flaked, which drops Friday on Netflix, is comedy playing off against a story that's deeply melancholy.
When Joel McHale and his team at The Soup took a major stab at her parenting skills, it was impossible for me to stay tight-lipped. Here's how it all went down.
In two weeks, we've had two films that want nothing more than to entertain us with some adrenaline-packed, fantastic storytelling. How each goes about the task, and how successful each is, says a lot about the filmmakers, how they regard this genre, and what they think of their audience.
While this picture benefits from motion-captured CGI portrayals of the titular teens that leap, twist, and bound through a digitally-created New York cityscape with unquestionable aplomb, it comes undone.
What was a senior citizen doing at a screening of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Having a good time, that's what!
Irrespective of its bland trailer and product-based matrix, The LEGO Movie breaks down the soul-crushing tenets we liminally take for granted as socie...
it's not (*insert ominous music here*) men's fault that I wasted my time in a lot of boring, empty relationships; it's not men's fault that I chased damaged, hollow men and tried to change them; it's not men's fault that I dated men who hated themselves, and so necessarily hated me.
When the Internet told me that Amy Poehler and Will Arnett are splitting after nine years of marriage, I audibly gasped.
Morgan Spurlock's topic is masculinity, masculine vanity and where they intersect. He breaks it down mostly by varieties of body hair: the hair on your head mustaches, beards, body hair and the notion of the metrosexual.
The animation is breathtaking. Not in that computer animated we-see-every-piece of hair-follicle-sway-in-the-wind, but more like a Matisse painting come to life.
Is it too early to call the new fall TV season a wash-out? Having watched the pilots for most of the network shows, I've come away with that sick fee...
Why not take Gob Bluth, move him to Las Vegas, and try to keep up with real magicians. I know an Arrested spin-off is a few years too late, but as Gob himself would say 'cmon!'
The mix of Beltway media personalities and Hollywood types was jarring but fun.
Welcome to the 28th Annual Emmys, and HuffPost's Emmy Liveblog! The Sopranos! Ugly Betty! 30 Rock! The Office! Special bonus: More Ryan Seacrest than you could ever hope to see! That goes double for Joely Fisher.
I've come to the conclusion that it was "Arrested"'s theme of rich people behaving badly that led to its downfall.