This bizarre but weirdly bloodless retro-camp exercise is neither funny nor eerie enough to seduce the uninitiated.
Kathryn Leigh Scott
Mark Burnett was not even 18 when he joined the British Army's elite Parachute Regiment. He admits to being under the influence of "too many 'Rambo' movies" when he signed up for the all-volunteer…
Last month's Women's World Cup illustrated just how quickly soccer can catapult itself into cultural relevance in the United States.
Sean Hoare, the former News of the World showbiz reporter who was the first to allege that then-editor Andy Coulson was aware of phone hacking by his staff, was found dead at his home on Monday…
He may not have been in Manhattan last week, but Steven Spielberg was hard to miss at the 2011-12 upfronts.
Last year, Kathryn Bigelow changed history by becoming the first woman to win the Academy Award for directing. But at the Spirit Awards, such women-centric laurels are business as usual.
Half-baked execution and a wishy-washy script make "A Woman's a Helluva Thing" much lessuva thing than it could have been. Smirking take on sex wars feels curiously dated, and thesps never gel into a…
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