As cracked as all the pic's Franken-foodstuffs may be, it took guts to fix such an unconventional follow-up, which caters to the very young and very stoned alike.
The Skin That I Inhabit
Forget the hoofers of "Smash," the dinosaurs of "Terra Nova" or the post-Charlie Sheen refurbishing of "Two and a Half Men." The biggest long-shot of the 2011-12 season was ABC's foray into fantasy…
Playwrights, novelists and other scribes weigh in on the year's best screenplays
Two guileless lost souls from New York City connect via a phone-sex line in wispy yakfest "Somewhere Tonight."
Amid the unusually intense secrecy veiling this year's Cannes Film Festival lineup, a number of strong competition prospects have emerged.
The Long Red Road" is a great work for those who adore lovingly detailed depictions of utter misery and despair.
Auds who thought "Trainspotting" painted a depressing portrait of Scottish junky life ought to get a load of "Wasted," an ultra-realistic depiction of the lower depths that pulls no punches, kicks or…
Short-play fests are mixed bags by nature, but despite scoring enough commercial success to warrant an extended run, Cherry Lane's "Vengeance" is more mixed than most, with five one-acts that range…
Karan Johar returns to the directing helm with his third pic, "Kabhi alvida naa kehna," a star-loaded, Gotham-set relationships movie that's generally good but works better in bits than as a whole…
No matter what a certain cabal of downtown theatermakers might have us believe, cynicism is not the same as intelligence and degradation is not the same as truth. Yet that argument wriggles through…
There is no way in hell to stage "Peer Gynt" in a way that would make Ibsen's monumental epic drama accessible to anyone who didn't grow up on the fabulous legend of this Norwegian folk hero. But…