One of the great truths in Japanese film and television is that giant robots are rarely just that.
Despite disbanding in 2005, The Get Up Kids come together for nationwide tour to promote the re-release of its landmark album.
Los Angeles residents love their cars. From beaten-up Durangos to two-door Maseratis, Angelenos form a symbiotic relationship with what they drive, refusing to separate from their leather seats and dashboards cluttered with plastic figurines. Not long ago, Angelenos even watched movies from their cars. They didn’t do it in the way that some children now […]
An original sweet potato-filled pizza crust adds a sugary note to Mr. Pizza’s savory pizzas.
Nearly two years ago, a screenplay appeared on the Internet that had every screenwriting nerd blogging with fervor.
Oliver Stone takes a whole new perspective on capitalism with his upcoming sequel to the Academy Award-winning film, Wall Street.
When I was a kid, every story I read was as big as the world. People often reminisce over their backyards that spanned continents and decades — and yes, I was definitely that kid on the block who loved to play pretend. But more than anything, I remember the stories I loved — their pages […]
Most people understand that not everyone will subscribe to a social etiquette system, and that sometimes, you just have to tolerate what is normally accepted. Not the co-creator of Seinfeld.
Matt Damon has an identity problem. In The Talented Mr. Ripley, his naïve sycophant Tom Ripley turns into a remorseless murderer. In the Bourne trilogy, his former assassin Jason Bourne struggles with his disjointed past.
A few months ago, a friend of mine decided to jump on the Twitter bandwagon. When I, a social media aficionado, asked him how he was enjoying the network, he merely shrugged. “I guess it’s kind of nice having another thing to check,” he said. I endlessly pondered his nonchalant response. How, I thought, could […]