It was, as many things are in Hollywood, a little self-serving but the broadside against reality TV in "The Practise" Monday night was also good television. Who knew that a media diatribe could be…
The lessons of the moment are clear: Comedies are working, action pictures are not. “Bringing Down the House” turned out to be aptly named. “How to Lose a Guy” has crossed the $100 million mark…
And they said the Academy didn't get it. Lambasted as too old, too out of touch and too easily swayed by campaigning, Oscar voters actually made an impressive array of intelligent, unpredictable and…
The entertainment community has always rallied 'round the flag in time of war, albeit in varied emotional climates.
With the Oscarcast quickly approaching, it's time to consider the real issue at hand: Not who wins, but what they say. There is a school of thought that says presenters and nominees should keep their…
It was probably just a matter of time. One of the last politically un-organized groups in America has recently gotten its identity -- and act -- together and is doing what all such interest groups do…
The headline didn't supplant larger ones about TV sensations Michael Jackson or "Joe Millionaire." But this week's welcome announcement from Nielsen Media Research could help blunt the absurd tyranny…
So now at last we have the explanation as to why talk radio has become the exclusive province of the Hard Right. Liberal views are too complex, we are told. Conservatives explain themselves better…