July 24, 2008 1:55pm EST
It's that time of the year again; When people flock from all directions to the south-westernmost tip of the United States and take in the festivities of the San Diego Comic-Con. This year, Fox Walden Studios offered up a fantastic new treat for some of us journalists making the trip down from Los Angeles; a railway train themed after the upcoming fantasy film City of Ember.
July 23, 2007 10:07am EST
Less flash, more grit, The Order of the Phoenix is definitely the most introspective of the Harry Potter movies. If you’re expecting fast-paced wizardry action at every turn, however, you might be disappointed.
September 20, 2006 11:20am EST
Late-night comedy sketch show Saturday Night Live will debut on Sept. 30 without five key castmembers.
August 18, 2006 1:32pm EST
Come on, it’s a plane full of motherf%!#in' snakes with Samuel L. Jackson doing the slicin’ and dicin’. What do you think I’m going to say?
April 19, 2006 1:04pm EST
The comedienne behind Lindsay Lohan's most famous movie role staged an intervention when the two met on the set of satirical show Saturday Night Live last week in a bid to convince the actress to give up her wild child life.
December 23, 2004 6:34am EST
Ranked on the lower end of television cartoon adaptations, goodwill toward the show or Cosby himself only gets you so far with Fat Albert. Older audiences may be surprised at just how blatant the message-driven quality of the show is, while younger audiences may be asking what the fuss is all about.
April 09, 2004 9:47am EST
Although stars Matthew Perry, Bruce Willis and Amanda Peet shine in this sequel, The Whole Ten Yards fails to go the distance and, just like the title's dubious twist on the common expression, no one seems to know what it means.
December 11, 2003 1:48pm EST
It's shocking that Love Don't Cost a Thing, a remake of the equally bad 1987 comedy Can't Buy Me Love, was adapted in the first place, and even more surprising that it wasn't released direct to video
August 24, 2003 10:53am EST
Unfortunately, moviegoers have not been punk'd; My Boss's Daughter is for real. Not even the movie's talented cast of comedians, including Ashton Kutcher, Molly Shannon and Andy Richter, can salvage this absolutely unfunny fiasco of a movie.
August 02, 2002 12:18pm EST
The Master of Disguise should have toned down its already clean humor even more in order to get a G rating because it is doubtful anyone over the age of 5 will enjoy it. Adults may find this film as amusing as an old lady slipping on a banana peel.