Charlie Sheen, Glenn Beck, Keith Olbermann, Simon Cowell, Katie Couric, Oprah Winfrey, Laura Schlessinger and Scott Pelley might sound like an unlikely dinner party, other than sharing a high tax…
The Royal Wedding went off without a hitch, but from a media perspective, that wasn't the real story. Like most modern spectacles, this one was less about the actual consummation than the foreplay.
"Who Killed Chandra Levy?" is a royal travesty all its own.
Like the previous occupant of his 8 p.m. timeslot — Keith somebody-or-other — MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell seems determined to test the limits of how far he can push his corporate masters. On…
We receive a lot of dumb press releases, but the Wynn Resorts' proposition bets on — well, just about anything — usually sit near the top of the list, right behind people pitching "experts" for…
Amid a splendid year for PBS' Masterpiece, "South Riding" feels like a second-class addition to the 'hood.
Fox News Channel anchor Shepard Smith continues to express disenchantment with the media — albeit without pointing a finger at his employer, where it belongs. Talking about the absurdity of the furor…
Everybody weaned reading comicbooks recognizes the moment -- watching a movie you were actually excited about seeing and wincing as the audience begins giggling in the wrong places.
The new management team at NBC is clearly hoping to catch a much-needed break with the music competition "The Voice," which premiered (review copies weren't available on advance) on Tuesday. The…
Essentially, this is a Disney Channel movie on a larger screen -- skipping the intermediate step that preceded "High School Musical" hitting theaters.