Robert O’Hara’s cruelly funny new play, “Barbecue,” shrewdly turns the formula for the American domestic comedy on its head, forcing uneasy thoughts about the facile presumptions we make about…
20TH CENTURY FOX TV Robin Williams' biggest commitment to series television since the days of “Mork & Mindy” highlights a 20th TV slate that is deep, even if not necessarily brimming with…
Vivid photography and a wonderful lead performance compensate for some first-timer missteps.
It's no "Scary Movie," but the pic delivers just enough laughs to justify its existence.
Bringing absolutely no fresh angles to a time-tested formula that's seemed particularly overworked of late (e.g. "Big Momma's House," "Sorority Boys," etc.), cross-dressing yokfest "Juwanna Mann" may…
True to its hybrid billing as an action-comedy, this writer/director/star turn by "In Living Color" creator Keenen Ivory Wayans isn't flat-out funny enough to completely work as a comedy and doesn't…
As the Sundance Film Festival hits the halfway mark, Park City is bracing for a major influx of industry heavyweights today. The first stretch limo appeared on Main Street late Tuesday, and the…
There may be six additional dates for the Simon & Garfunkel reunion concerts at the Paramount Theatre in New York City, according to sources. The duo will perform at least 10 shows together starting…