Arriving on Tuesday, Drake's third album "Nothing Was the Same" represents the final entry in this summer's trifecta of hugely hyped new releases from hip-hop's biggest names, following Kanye West's…
Benson Lee's dance pic is so fatally frontloaded with endless training montages, awfully written, indifferently acted drama, sports-film platitudes and jaw-dropping product placements that only the…
Though best known as a talent manager, with longterm clients including William Shatner, Joan Rivers and Drew Barrymore — not to mention Richard Pryor, Merle Haggard, Tatum O'Neal, Jason Bateman…
Curiously airless, weightless and tonally uncertain, Luc Besson's mafia comedy falls flat.
One of soul music's most enduring and impactful figures, Barry White is finally set to be awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Sept. 12.
A fine performance by Cory Monteith isn't enough to salvage this drably derivative, infuriatingly improbable police drama.
Easily the most innocent, family-friendly ode to hallucinogenic drug use since "Puff the Magic Dragon," "Attila Marcel" marks writer-director Sylvain Chomet's charming first foray into live action…
There are a few genuine gems buried within Shane Salerno's broad-yet-shallow documentary about J.D. Salinger.
"It's about finding a comfort zone. I guess I'm just more comfortable being other people than I am being myself."
Ask a Neil Young fan to describe the keys to understanding his music, and one is likely to hear about his songwriting brilliance, his electric guitar heroics, his incisive views on the victories and…
As the annual Oscar campaign comes to resemble a presidential race more by the year, the fall festival calendar starts to resemble a long political primary, with its own Carvilles, Plouffes, and…