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...
Jesse Peretz's Our Idiot Brother is a summer-ending treat, a low-key comedy with sharp performances and a shaggy-dog feel.
Some mannequin dresser has got a good eye because those mannequins somehow manage to convince people that they totally should buy a sequined paisley print mullet dress that will look best when accompanied by a grandmother's crochet sweater.
Your Highness is certainly an original film for its genre, but is it any good, with or without the use of dangerous Schedule I controlled substances?
By the logic of the script for Your Highness, if I want to write an amusing review of the film, all I need to do is type the word "f**k" 500 times. O...
Three of the four films I saw at Sundance 2011 on Saturday not only fit the bill for 'comedy,' but acquit themselves nicely. And each comes from a different country -- the U.S., Ireland and Norway.
The Pretty Trap is a short one-act by Tennessee Williams that takes its title from the overbearing matriarch's belief that "all women are a pretty trap."
The all-important July 4th holiday has delayed this week's Top 5 Comedy Videos post. But now that that's over, we can get down to business.
At 5:40pm on a sweltering hot summer day off the coast of Manhattan, She & Him finally boarded the stage after what felt like an hour-long tanning s...
Do It Again is a hilarious romp and clever distraction from a crumbling America and the middle class barbecue.
These six releases are short on ballads and long on slick grooves. And yes, there are a couple you should skip. Why ruin a sunny spring day with lame music?
The emotions surrounding the MPDG run deeper than mere resentment. They are Amazing Manic Pixies only while they are loved. Before that, they are merely everyday women, and afterwards, they are harpies.
At the end of last season, I declared that Fox's "Bones" had gone batshit insane. It's not out of the ordinary for a hit show to go off-track for a se...
"Of all the groups or duos out there, [SNL] pick us to use because we've achieved this iconic status of sorts," Oates said. "They're not going to pick someone the world doesn't recognize."
Reviewed: The Beastie Boys, Harry Connick, Jr., Eddie & the Hot Rods, David Gray, Manassas, Monsters of Folk, Pearl Jam.
Scott Neustadter: There's no such thing as villains in real relationship stories, just two people who don't feel the same. It sucks but it's nobody's fault.