Director Richard Curtis uses the time-travel device to achieve a number of aims, not all of them wretched.
It may seem hard to believe, what with our clan of Kardashians and Byneses, but the UK and Ireland have always had a more intense love affair with celebrity than America . In the '90s in particular, when Top of the Pops was at its most influential height, and rag publications like Hello! and The Sun ... More >>
I had avoided seeing The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel because the trailer looked so awful, but it's a hit, so I checked it out and found it pretty charming (except for the young couple's love story and all the platitudes). It's basically Enchanted April, Cocoon, and Love Actually meet Slumdog Million ... More >>
Well, this is heartening terrifying news for anyone who plans on traveling through JFK in the near future. A woman got through security in Terminal 5 with a dagger in her bag, the New York Post reported. Nope, TSA people, you weren't hallucinating à la Macbeth. It was an actual antique dagger, whic ... More >>
Rep. Joe Crowley, who represents New York's 7th District, took a creative approach to attacking the GOP on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives in a presentation without spoken words titled, "Speechless." Even if it's not a direct homage to Bob Dylan, it reminds us pleasantly of "Subterran ... More >>
The Broadway revival of Anything Goes hits a special fizzy high whenever Adam Godley turns up as Lord Evelyn Oakleigh, a quirkmeister who ends up singing and dancing into the heart of leading lady Sutton Foster with a nutty number called "The Gypsy In Me". The wiry, deadpan Godley has won t ... More >>
Rock stars, dating experts, and cartoon characters talk about Valentine's Day