Adam Sandler is successful because he's lazy.
A drug-trade drama's high fantasy
The son also appropriates
Dedicating a sandwich on your menu to a celebrity is usually a good idea, as long as you don't go about it like a complete idiot. The name of the dish will be instantly memorable and who doesn't want to eat a sandwich that reminds you of Woody Allen or Salma Hayek? But, as we found out over the week ... More >>
You can't stop us from picking plants, crops
The people behind the Snuggie know they are bugging the crap out of you, and it's working out pretty well for them. The cultural impact of the sleeved blanket, largely due to those unbelievably campy commercials by Allstar Marketing Group, might've exceeded that of any other "As seen on TV" produc ... More >>
And the Mexican government should lighten up
Give the guy a street, already
How the mogul politician hatched his latest ploy to stay in play
She is no Cantinflas
Mexicans don't like you? Maybe it's you.
These are hairy times, but you can still enjoy yourself, if Bingo is your game-o
Unrelated: the city's sex life bottoms out; Hillary's gal Friday; Dean among the Queens
Hal Hartley and Luke Wilson offer similarly (and predictably) self-reflexive films. What else might they have in common?
Table 50 gets a makeover; Malcolm Gladwell gets stalked
Glamour, heartbreak, and some interpretive dance
Let's Put On an Avant-Garde Show!
Oscar Declares War on the War
Evaluating a Movie Lover's Chances of Survival at a Topsy-Turvy Sundance
'8 Mile' Lines and On-the-Job Bondage in Toronto
The Season's Top 10, Maybe
The Many Sides of Indie Film's Newest Siren
The Return of the Kahlo Cult
A Winter Movie Preview
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