It's no Godzilla, but an earless rabbit allegedly born near Japan's severely-damaged Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant has become the latest poster chi...
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Walmart has been trying to conquer New York City for a few years now. After two failed attempts, the New York Times reported in mid-December that the...
Some of our most enlightened minds and passionate leaders were educators first. So why don't we treat our teachers as if they are entering an illustrious profession?
Bedeviled brings up some prickly questions about whether or not convention should be so easily accepted. How has something as disturbing as rape revenge become a "classic" of genre film?
"'Medicine' is one of those messed-up drug songs. It's more like a tantrum, you know saying, 'I don't want your bulls**t.' I don't know, it's sort of hard to explain."
Aside from any further output from Lady Gaga, I can't think of much that's more unnecessary than the remake of Clash of the Titans, at least until the next remake of Godzilla comes along.
I've lived in a studio apartment on the second floor of a Manhattan brownstone for six years. The first four and a half were wonderful: I loved my nei...
Roland Emmerich doesn't seem megalomaniacal. In fact, he seems so unassuming that you just want to grab him a beer and sit in rapt attention as he tells how he destroyed the world, again.
Tired of ravaging Tokyo or climbing the Empire State Building in cold weather? Now there's Snuggie for Monsters, the blanket with sleeves that lets you terrorize humans while staying snuggly warm!
2012 pillages an ancient culture, deliberately misrepresents its traditions, and then claims its all true. More important, it taps into the serious vein of crazy that we have in this country.
Hollywood loves to destroy the earth. Whether it comes in the form of an alien attack, a giant lizard, or just a good old fashioned asteroid, director...
The Copenhagen conference is billed as humanity's last chance to reverse climate change, but many fear we have already reached a global tipping point. Our films reflect this.
The dollar is getting stronger, we still have relatively strong banks, both gold and the greenback offer money-making opportunities, and this crisis is not the end of the world.
Few could have imagined the impact Godzilla: King of the Monsters would have had when it was released here in 1956, but a half-century later it's the most important foreign film in American history.
Prospective blockbusters are not usually built this way.
Rob Moore, the executive who oversees Paramount Pictures' marketing and distribution operati...
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