The new animated film "Mr. Peabody & Sherman" brings the unconventional father & son team (made popular on ’Rocky & Bullwinkle’) to the screen, and in the process highlights how forward-thinking the cartoon was (and is).
Before the big show, the Oscars have a casual day. Instead of glamorous gowns and tuxedos, most stars rock jeans and sneakers.
Between sets at San Francisco’s Nob Hill Theater recently, I asked devilishly sensual porn man Drew Sumrok a few questions about what and who he wants to do in 2014.
Conventional wisdom suggests that the Best Picture and Best Director Oscars should go in tandem. As the following examples show, that has not always been the case.
What is shaping up as the tightest Oscar race in years comes to an end this Sunday. Here’s our picks as to who will win, who should win and who was snubbed.
With gay producers Neil Meron and Craig Zadan returning, out comic Ellen DeGeneres hosting, and "Dallas Buyers Club" up for six awards, this year’s Academy Awards may prove to be the most LGBT-relevant yet.
This sequel to "300" ventures from the desert to the sea, where it heaves, swells, and ravages the eye with just as much bloody good fun as the original.
A nifty mix of Hitchcockian thrills and a bit of DePalma, this compact new thriller starring everyone’s favorite hobbit is a masterful gem of suspense!
With its latest mining of the classic "The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show," Hollywood finally avoids pulverizing our childhood memories.
James Franco and Travis Mathews try, but the last 40 minutes of "Cruising" remain, for the most part, lost.
This is, regrettably, one more recitation of the very same story we’ve seen dozens of times, and this particular recitation clings to the orthodoxy of strict believers with a telling, and shallow, rigidity.
Liam Neeson makes this trashy "Non-Stop" flight an entertaining guilty pleasure, until the severe turbulence of its third act spoils the fun.