Lifetime is billing "Marry Me" as a "two night movie event." It might be two nights, but I found Part I almost entirely uneventful. Admittedly, the DVD came in late through circumstances too arcane…
NASA and Hollywood staged a meeting of the minds Thursday in a daylong event titled "NASA 101: What Every Filmmaker Should Know About the Innovative World of NASA."
Carrie Fisher's latest autobiographical iteration, "Wishful Drinking," is great fun.
My initial reaction to the revelation in a memo obtained by Media Matters that Fox News Channel advised its staff to use Republican talking points in the healthcare debate. I'm shocked — shocked!…
ESPN's "30 for 30" documentaries have been a real bright spot on the channel, providing filmmakers a chance to delve into topics with the kind of depth that's a rarity in journalism, much less sports…
Donald Trump tells the TV magazine “Extra” that he’s “seriously considering running” for President of the United States. A few thoughts here: 1) Have you seen your Nielsen poll numbers? “The…
We hear a lot in modern media discussions about "thinking outside the box." The box is presumed to be old-fashioned -- filled with people foolishly shackled by tradition.
"Glee" will take a siesta after Tuesday's episode, returning with an original hour that will follow the Super Bowl on Feb. 6. And after a season filled with fewer operatic highs to offset the…
Sunday was quite a night for cable drama, with the season finales of HBO's "Boardwalk Empire" and AMC's "The Walking Dead," as well as the penultimate episode of what has turned out to be another…
The creative spark behind "Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys" pretty much fizzles after the title.
Somebody was paying attention, apparently, over at Sony, which ran a long ad for “The Social Network” — one of those “For your consideration”-type ads, with key actors and writer Aaron Sorkin talking…