It's slick, it's gawky, it's 10 minutes too long, and it's certainly not "Four Weddings and a Funeral Part 2" in either construction or overall tone. But "Notting Hill," the second outing of scripter…
At age 71, Mickey Mouse makes his animated series debut, sharing shorts with the Disney stable: Minnie, Pluto, Donald Duck and the splendid Goofy. These are the first Mickey Mouse cartoon shorts to…
"Lake Hollywood," a new play that closes the Signature Theater Co.'s John Guare season, is a disappointingly discombobulated piece of work.
A gritty, pumped-up thriller with jaw-dropping plot twists to spare, "Heaven" kicks off in strong, stylish fashion but is eventually weakened by a convoluted, contrived plot.
The lithe and cacophonous guitar lines that make up much of the concluding numbers on Gomez's "Bring It On," one of the most significant debut albums of the '90s, made for an intriguing starting…
Finely lensed but dramatically holed beneath the waterline, "The Lost Son" loses its way pretty quickly and only occasionally manages to hit the mark. As a London-based French PI who takes a personal…
Space may be the final frontier, but shows such as PBS' award-winning "The Living Edens," serve as a reminder that we have yet to sufficiently investigate the depths and wonder of our own planet.
In "On the Run," a law-abiding guy is dragged into a long night of outlandish adventures when a dubious childhood pal materializes on his Manhattan doorstep. Mostly inventive, and consistently well…
Rap was born on disc 20 years ago with "Rapper's Delight" by the Sugarhill Gang. MOT, a kick of a Hollywood in-joke, are doing their best to see that the genre never makes it to 21.
Retro rockers Lenny Kravitz and the Black Crowes proved a logical and successful pairing that had the somewhat dubious honor of being the first out of the gate among this year's summer shed tours…