The award-winning director, who died at age 83, is recalled with fond memories
A monster is still out there
"As to 'Wolf of Wall Street,' this film is devoid of values. It is cheap sexual exploitation"
Sure, we have the Medicare and Viagra gags, but the comedic chops these guys display makes the script's flaws forgivable
My introduction to Formula One was a friendship with Jackie Stewart; Ron Howard got it right
Modernism Week was "'Mad Men' Comes to Arizona" -- a celebration of Tucson's '50s, '60s and '70s iconic lifestyle
Why his "Don Jon" is a perfect 10
From J. Paul Getty's cheapness, to his grandson's kidnapping, why didn't biographer Digby Diehl dig?
"Jobs" is a celebration of values, while "Blue Jasmine" wallows in bad values and no solution
Guest blog: These Neros knew the dangers of this sport, but to make a fast and dirty buck they squashed the facts
Guest blog: The contamination of great films produced by Hollywood has reached blessed England
Guest blog: A fond recollection of some fast times at the Chateau Marmont, circa 1975
Guest blog: Thanks for novelists like Phillips for getting down and dirty, which he does with aplomb in "Rake"
Guest blog: What kind of mayor could a practicing sex addict make?
Heroin use is not accidental -- it involves purchasing an illegal substance and manipulating and enticing the addict to want to use it
Guest blog: This franchise cannot endure a "Hangover 4"
The dialogue is fast and wicked; the cast exudes a heat and a sexuality that burns up the screen
Guest blog: Bryan Forbes taught this actress the importance of listening
Guest blog: Every morning as Pablo lathered his face for shaving, he would trace with his finger in the billowing cream the enormous lips, the...
A story of money, wronged love and suicide, centered around the famous painter and his illegitimate son
Guest blog: It was at this moment that I felt closest to the family -- I could feel Paloma’s need to do something to draw...
Guest blog: And I, for one, do not fault Bigelow for showing torture scenes -- 9/11 was the most heinous form of torture perhaps ever
Guest blog: Quentin Tarantino isn't afraid to show the ugly, seamy side of this tragic part of our nation's history
Guest blog: With each lock-horns disagreement, I found myself routing for Streisand and Rogen to relate and get on with their lives
Steven Spielberg's new biopic is a carefully studied, moving view of history -- and laborious ... but at least E.T. isn't in it
Guest blog: Why "Skyfall's" Daniel Craig can't compare to the original 007.
Guest blog: How repressed a society we are -- despite all of our iPad and techno-net ways of relating
Sandy plunged this film exec's family and fellow downtown New Yorkers into darkness, but the recovery proved enlightening
Guest Blog: In his new autobiography, rocker Rod Stewart explains why he thinks being called "spoiled rotten" is a bad rap -- and blames his...
Guest Blog: Why the writers of "Taken 2" chose Istanbul for its sequel is undoubtedly because of its mystery