President Obama has said the U.S. will studiously avoid putting "boots on the ground" during any conflict with Syria, but the same may not hold true for CBS News.
Public television's venerable "NewsHour" is loosening up for the weekend. This is PBS, so all things are relative: The show may undo its collar, but it won't be stripping down to a bathing suit. When…
Time Warner Cable reiterated that it will not issue credits to 3 million-plus customers related to the blackout of CBS stations in New York, L.A. and Dallas — which is now in Day 11 — while it will…
But I really want to direct, goes the common refrain in Hollywood. And these days on Broadway too. Jeffrey Seller, one of the producers behind "Rent," "Avenue Q" and "In the Heights," stirred up a…
A mother's tragic loss triggers contemplation, conquest of grief and a meeting with Baja whales in Hari Sama's personal, sensitively rendered second feature, "The Dream of Lu."
A formally elegant, dramatically faithful retelling of Masaki Kobayashi's 1962 black-and-white classic "Harakiri," this slow-burning tragedy will disappoint auds expecting a nonstop slash-'em-up from…
Ironic, aud-pleasing family tale also offers a study in how media intervention affects lives.
Abroad ethnic comedy, is the most affable and endearing of the recent wave of films about Indian immigrants assimilating in the West. Filmmakers show real affection for the characters; they're not…
"North by Northwest" is the Alfred Hitchcock mixture - suspense, intrigue, comedy, humor. Seldom has the concoction been served up so delectably. Hitchcock uses actual locations - the Plaza in New…