After an Oscar snub, hysterical hatred of Sandler’s classic comedies emerges in “respectable” film critics.
Critics go kooky in slamming the amiable Dolittle.
The things a president does, and can get away with, are open to revision.
Plus, 1994 miniseries of The Stand found lacking.
New Netflix adaptation of Dracula by Steven Moffat is a dud.
There's still a big market for "politically incorrect" comedians in the corporate "woke" era.
Did you hitchhike? Like Kerouac?
Messiah won't convince any skeptics, but it's an interesting show for atheists and agnostics nonetheless.
On "conation," a more nuanced method of measuring mental differences than the outdated IQ.
As a treat.
Where the stereotypical lisp comes from isn't easy to pinpoint.
Spader’s left the Brat Pack way behind.
The rich come from a long line of bloodsuckers.
Once you get it, it's hard to get rid of.
Specimens aligned, action!
The differences are complexly interwoven with the similarities.
No one’s written a definitive analysis of his importance.
No—the world is our rage room, and you are our targets.
As long as we’re not hurting people, we should be able to do whatever the fuck we want.
There are things more twisted than Riggleman.
Some of Brooker's ideas can be followed like trails into recent quandaries.
Before she was Jessica Fletcher, she was merely a universally acclaimed actor of the screen and stage (here promoting Bedknobs and Broomsticks in 1972).
The breakout star from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood talks about her work in the film.
The filmmakers discuss Joker, Phillips' prior career and effort to get the movie made, and Moore's enthusiasm for the film.
Letterman, stuck on Fast Times at Ridgemont High, gets creepy with 21-year-old Cates.
The same old song.
Against all odds, the Baby Gorilla is alive and nine months clean.
The jazz legend on getting stopped by the police.
The worst guest ever—and how he got there.
On sending Sacheen Littlefeather to accept his Best Actor Oscar for The Godfather.