Andrew Douglas' fact-based account of teen violence is salaciously watchable but finally hokey.
“Doctor Who” fans were saddened this weekend to learn that Matt Smith is departing the TARDIS for the last time, stepping down as the 11th Doctor in time for the character to “regenerate” just after…
The CW also renewed "Beauty and the Beast" and "Hart of Dixie."
In Pasadena Playhouse's current “One Night With Janis Joplin,” at least Mary Bridget Davies tries to replicate the late rocker when she was in her prime -- and comes close. Tracie Bennett in Peter…
Budweiser commercial "The Return of the King" is a celebration of Americana based on a true story.
Jukebox-musical bios are usually anchored in the life and work of a superstar, readily recognizable by a single name: Judy, Janis, Piaf. Off Broadway's latest offering in the genre, "Forever Dusty,"…
"Scandal," with its Washington, D.C. setting, exaggerated situations and overblown politics, feels like "''The West Wing' for Dummies."
Fred Schepisi returns to Australian filmmaking with an ambitious stab at adapting "The Eye of the Storm," but technical deficiencies and an ill-structured script fail to do justice to Patrick White's…
Former governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has put his acting career on hold as he deals with the fallout from the revelation that he fathered a child with a household maid.
Four wounded women and the architect of their hurt don't add up to an awful lot in Neil LaBute's elegantly constructed but slight "Some Girl(s)." While it's laced with the usual mordant serving of…