In Family Weekend, Kristin Chenoweth plays one of the victims of a therapeutic kidnapping gone comedically haywire. We got to talk with her about the role and the challenges of performing while immobilized.
The Dark Knight Rises is very impressive and definitely worth seeing, but without a once-in-a-lifetime performance like Ledger's Joker to provide the pulse, we'll have to be content with a final chapter that certainly delivers, but in a trilogy that peaked in the middle.
Nominated for the Oscar as best animated feature (which went to the visually brilliant but drastically unfunny Rango), A Cat in Paris is a slight but entertaining tale, most noteworthy for going old-school, with hand-drawn animation.
It's hard to see the forest for the trees. And it's hard to see a movement when it is happening. That's where we are with Occupy Wall Street. So it's time to look back in time and read about successful campaigns by individuals that changed the course of human history.
When Matthew Modine won the Founders Prize for Best Short Film at Michael Moore's Traverse City Film Festival he was asked, "Why did you title your film, Jesus Was a Commie? His reply was simple: "Because I couldn't call it, Jesus Was a Capitalist."
The first three words of the Constitution say, "We the People." "We" is a lovely word; it is inclusive. Life forms and nature are a delicate dance of symbiotic relationships. Some people understand that there is only one world and we are all in this together.