A look at some real life men and women, all around the world, whose courage and boldness inspire extend beyond a soundstage
- By Mali Perl on September 9, 2013 @ 12:34 pm
It’s a little ridiculous to see Heisenberg T-shirt-wearing fans jumping on the Winnebago — now that “Breaking Bad’s” ending
Guest blog: For something truly revolutionary to happen, we need to see the same spirit the inhabits independent film — smaller budgets, more risk
Guest blog: With only two season left, I am determined to manage my viewing to eliminate the show's maddening highs and lows
Guest Blog: A movie shouldn't have to make a Big Statement About Humanity, so maybe we should lighten up a little
Guest Blog: I’m not joking when I share that I’m tense through every episode this season
Guest Blog: There are certain subjects — and celebrity marital travails can be one of them — that even our increasingly invasive media choose to...
You wouldn’t think the very British and high-brow drama would be America’s cup of tea. But it is, and here are five reasons we are...
For someone like me, who was always a back-row, never-on-opening-weekend type moviegoer, having a movie all to myself, anywhere I want, falls squarely under the...
- By Mali Perl on August 17, 2011 @ 7:06 pm
Many reality TV stars have a desire so strong they’re willing give up everything in their life for it; his seems exactly like any addiction
- By Mali Perl on July 14, 2011 @ 9:53 am
Leo, Cameron, Julia … even Chris Evans and Channing Tatum — this means you!
Rather than casting the same actors over and over again, why not turn to these skilled actors?
I just finished reading a book about the Brat Pack by Susannah Gora called “You Couldn’t Ignore Me If You Tried” and it dusted off...
When it comes to newer movies, I can’t remember the last time I was both moved and impressed by a performance
- By Mali Perl on November 12, 2010 @ 3:13 pm
I thank these tanned gladiators of Beverly Hills for rising up to the challenge. Every generation gets the heroes it deserves
It’s the one time of year when movies are allowed to have a story, not just a merchandising plan