In 2013, musician and actor Joey McIntyre finished the Boston Marathon five minutes before the bombs went off at the finish line. Although he raised $40,000 for the Alzheimer's Assn. by participating…
Having Michael J. Fox back on NBC Thursday roughly 30 years later has a certain symmetry, but generating sustained interest in his comeback vehicle will require more than just good will.
The cast of "The Big Bang Theory" stole the show at the 21st annual A Night at Sardi’s tribute to the Best of Broadway. Their performance of "Time Warp" produced a standing ovation at the March 20…
Wide-eyed children and dying old men once again make up the majority of the Academy's live-action short offerings, making for a solid if disappointingly familiar crop of nominees.
An unconventional cross-cultural love story with a sharp social sting, "Mai Ratima" tells of a runaway Thai immigrant and a small-town drifter lost in the bright lights of Seoul.
You can't build a house without breaking a few laws; that's the message of "Still," in which an elderly New Brunswick man runs afoul of the Royal District Planning Commission while constructing a…
A look a Spanish filmmakers on the cusp of the big time
Compelled to action by issues as diverse as Third World crises and inner-city empowerment, celebs use their influence to make a positive impact.
Alzheimer's disease turns out to be a minor blessing for the protag of "Small World," Gallic helmer Bruno Chiche's French-language adaptation of the Austrian bestseller by Martin Suter.
Review: ‘The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism and Socialism With a Key to the Scriptures’
Tony Kushner came this close to writing a great play, but he ultimately leaves his wonderful characters high and dry.
Takes a simple premise and explores it with subtlety, sensitivity and quiet humor.