Prairie Miller interviewed me about those films and more as we tried to pin down what is in the air, cinematically speaking, when it comes to the angsty dramas that played the New York Film Festival and/or are cannonballing at us for Oscar season. I'm at the 41:50 minute mark.
While we impatiently await the November 24 opening of Burlesque, in which Cher stars as Tess, an LA nightclub's bitchy mother hen, we've taken a stroll down celluloid lane with the Half-Breed herself. Burlesque is Cher's her first starring role since 1999's Tea With Mussolini (unless you coun ... More >>
Remember the comedy team of Martin and Lewis? Hello? Well, brace yourselves for Martin and Baldwin! Yep, Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin will cohost the Oscars next year, and they should do pretty well, especially if no one tells them that Ben Stiller and Robert Downey Jr. unceremoniously turn ... More >>
Matt McGrath directs Call Me Anne
Another dead animal, another celebrity clothing line. Oh, and I love Paris when she's sprungthen and only then.
To march or not to march? That is the Gay Pride Day question.
About a boy: Upper East Side widow finds love with underaged object of obscure desire
Three pieces of fluff prove that, where fun's concerned, the past is indeed another country
Searching for the Diamonds in the Rough
'The Believer' Makes the Long Pilgrimage to the Silver Screen
Why Is It Libelous to Call an Action Actor Gay?
On the Academy Awards, I loved the quick cut to Warren and Annette after Whoopi's crack about older men and younger women.
On Reverence, Remakes, and Retreads
Though the elves now rap, the Radio City Christmas Spectacular is the same as ever like Psycho, but far more worth re-creating.
When I asked Jane Horrocks if she's a gay man trapped in a woman's body, she said, 'No! If so, I haven't discovered it!'
A Winter Movie Preview
[Some Dates Guaranteed To Change]
Why homophobia has become americas favorite pastime
''I can't believe that all the underground insanity I skanked around for years now comprises cute touristy entertainment.''
''When the press release for Stupid Kids likened the play to Dawson's Creek, there I was in the front row, ready to applaud the acne.''