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…