In honor of David Letterman — the Worst Oscar Host Ever — Armen Pandola presents a Top Ten list of reasons to watch the Oscars.
The winner of 25 Grammys and countless other awards, Stevie Wonder is the American voice of our times.
Sony is withdrawing The Interview not because it wants to censor the subject matter of the movie, but because a backward but violent minority has scared it into submission. By withdrawing The Interview from general circulation, though, Sony may have had a good case, but it is setting a very bad precedent.
Mike Nichols never developed a style in the traditional sense. His style was the truth. Whether on the screen or on the stage, Nichols found that moment of truth in the story and the characters.
Some popular singers cover the standards; others do unexpected partnerings. These albums, by two of the best singers in the last half century — Barbra Streisand and Tony Bennett — do both.
The new Fall TV shows are coming — along with some others that the networks haven't actually bought yet.
There have been more books about World War I than any other world conflict — and some mighty fine books, too. Here is my list of ten favorites that should whet your appetite.
Like some stand-up comedian character created by James Joyce, Robin Williams let fly his imagination, and one could only stare in wonder at the sheer inventive joy of it.
Clint Eastwood's version of the popular stage musical about the Four Seasons is a tone-deaf mess.
Ultimately, the series is not about the crimes being solved but rather the true identities of these extraordinary women. Each of them is forced to live a lie, pretending to be the helpless, hapless stereotypes that the male-dominated society of the time forced them to play.