That's the thesis of The Wrap's Tim Molloy, who questioned some of the choices made in the envelopes--and in the telecast itself--last night. For example, Molloy thinks it was weird to pick Two And a Half Men's Jon Cryer as Best Actor in a Comedy over candidates like Don Cheadle, Alec Baldwin, and ... More >>
This month, to celebrate the Internet's unbridled love for wallowing in nostalgia and even greater relishing of talking about why certain cultural artifacts are horrible, Sound of the City presents First Worsts, a series in which our writers remember the first time... they ever hated a song enough t ... More >>
The only good thing about this particular cliche is that it's wiped away all the old ones, like: "My bad" "It's all good" "Narrative" "Journey" "Epic fail" "Love your hair, hope you win" And... "Winning!" But still, if I ever hear this one more time, I will rip my nipples off! ... More >>
Yes, I got press seats for Joaquin Phoenix--I mean Charlie Sheen's "I'm mad as hell" tour at Radio City tonight and found a pretty smooth, way more streamlined 75 minutes than the previous trainwrecks reportedly were. Except for three video segments, it consisted of Charlie being interviewed ... More >>
Look into your crystal meth balls. Where will the too-whack-for-prime-time wildman be? I've narrowed it down to a handful of choices, some less unsavory than others: *An AA sponsor?
That's the position I've decided to take in order to retain my sanity. I mean, the man isn't going to go away anytime soon. He's going to continue to seize headlines with his self-aggrandizing dance of pride in his idiocy, squirting water down our pants while beeping his big, red clown nos ... More >>
Well, for one glorious night anyway. It was a party for voluptuous scene queen Dianne Brill's fashion line. Designer Albert Crudo felt we should attend sporting giant balloons, and I agreed that that was the breast idea.