Though few athletes seem as widely beloved in retirement, the erstwhile Cassius Clay was once one of the most controversial — and loathed — public figures in America.
Philippe Garrel's slight but watchable comedy-drama has an unexpected emotional warmth.
I do my best to shield my son from offensive lyrics while still cultivating his love for pop songs. The problem is that the music industry makes it difficult for parents like me to serve up his…
The inherent challenges associated with producing a first original series for Hallmark Channel that adheres to its movies' soft-focus profile are readily apparent in the early chapters of "Debbie…
Despite another plunge in sales, Justin Timberlake's "The 20/20 Experience" held onto the top of the U.S. album chart for a third week last week.
It may be Philippe Garrel's first film in color in more than a decade, but otherwise there's little sense of the vet helmer trying something different.
Lauren Gunderson tells the story of of Henrietta Leavitt, an amateur astronomer who transcended her post as a Harvard "computer" (data entry clerk) to make significant observations on the universe…
Watching Danny Boyle's epic production of "Frankenstein," the comparison that springs most readily to mind is "Titanic," but not in the metaphorical sense.
Director Spencer Susser spikes every scene with gratuitous provocations and repetitive vulgarities.
KCBS is on an Emmy roll, scoring its third consecutive prize for best local half-hour news.