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
Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s makeup is disturbing; I was frequently watching his weird eyebrows instead of listening to him
Guest Blog: A mature, more reserved, yet, enfin, handsome actor has emerged since the days Richard and I worked together in “Looking for Mr. Goodbar”
Guest Blog: Alana's fascination with celebrity was understandable given her humble beginnings