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This Woman Spent 40 Years Thinking She'd Lost Her Dad's Special Bible

Huffington Post | Carol Kuruvilla | Posted 09.29.2014 | Religion

It’s been decades since her father’s death, but a Tennessee woman has finally found a way to be close to him again. Thanks to the kindness of s...

Lessons From a Brush Fire: "What Do You Want Us to Grab, Honey?"

Tristan Higgins | Posted 07.16.2014 | Gay Voices
Tristan Higgins

"What do you want us to grab, honey?" my mom asks me on the phone. There's a fire raging towards my house. I'm not there. Someone else has to help me. "What do you want us to grab, honey?"

Is This The Most Confusing Movie EVER?

Posted 06.04.2013 | Entertainment

What's the most confusing movie ever? According to ScreenCrush, it's "2001: A Space Odyssey." Stanley Kubrick's 1968 science fiction film grossed ...

Christopher Nolan's Disturbing Coffee Ads

Posted 04.24.2013 | Comedy

Christopher Nolan directed such films as "Memento," "Inception," and "The Dark Knight Rises." But have you seen his coffee ads? They're great for when...

Twenty Top Movie Endings You (Maybe) Hadn't Thought Of

John Farr | Posted 03.09.2013 | Entertainment
John Farr

All great movies -- and great movie endings -- stay in our memories as normal or indifferent ones never could. They're like great taglines -- their strength lies in the very fact that we can't forget them.

Joining the Club: Stephen Tobolowsky on The Dangerous Animals Club

Dan Lybarger | Posted 12.16.2012 | Books
Dan Lybarger

Stephen Tobolowsky is probably a little too good at acting. Despite his above average height, his recognizable features and his slight Texas drawl (he's a Dallas native), the 61-year-old is probably better known for the names of the characters he's played.

My Movie Bucket List: Thrilled By Thrillers

Rachel DeChiara | Posted 12.09.2012 | Teen
Rachel DeChiara

There's a key difference between "scary movies" and "psychological thrillers": That difference is brains. Psychological thrillers force you to conceptualize, to deduce, to muddle.

Actor Guy Pearce Pumps Up for Lockout

Marshall Fine | Posted 06.17.2012 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

Stranded in outer space, stranded in Serbia -- how much different can it be? Not much, says actor Guy Pearce, whose newest film, Lockout, opened Friday.

'Memento's' Complicated Plot Simplified In A Pleasing Graphic

Posted 02.29.2012 | Home

Remember 2000's mind warp that was "Memento?" The double-plot-timeline shown in black-and-white and color clips created a montage of titillating scene...

Producer Todd Lieberman pivots from The Fighter to The Muppets

Marshall Fine | Posted 01.22.2012 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

With a resume whose films run the gamut from Wild Hogs, Beauty Shop and Beverly Hills Chihuahua to Traitor and The Fighter, Todd Lieberman would eithe...

Reading a Mother's Day Card From 300 Years Ago

Louise Mirrer | Posted 07.06.2011 | New York
Louise Mirrer

As we celebrate Mother's Day 2011, let's be grateful for the mementos we have from our own mothers, and for the love they keep alive.

Am I Dreaming, or Is Christopher Nolan's Inception Overrated?

John Farr | Posted 06.12.2013 | Entertainment
John Farr

One interesting aspect of waiting to see certain Hollywood blockbusters on DVD is that you hear a lot in advance from the people who plunk down the bi...

Christoper Nolan's False Start

Derek Beres | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Derek Beres

It took me a week to read Dax-Devlon Ross's review of Christopher Nolan's blockbuster, Inception. He warned the reader that it was a spoiler, and havi...

Movie Review: Inception

Marshall Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

Nolan's ingenious film never loses its ability to surprise and contains one of those overwhelming visual moments that become iconic -- like that first shot of Darth Vader's spaceship in the first Star Wars.

Leaving Sundance 2010: Parting Thoughts

Marshall Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

The roots of Sundance were acres of granola-flavored films about people in small towns or women in crisis or something that was equally high-minded but was consistently bemoaned as not being particularly commercial.

When Harry Met Sadness: (500) Days of Summer Reconsiders American Romantic Comedy

Gregory Weinkauf | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Gregory Weinkauf

(500) Days of Summer is not the smartest, funniest or sleekest movie to which Fox didn't invite me this year -- but in its pretentious mope-rock way it is ambitious, thoughtful and fulfilling.