Thanks to social media, corporations and public figures can now embarrass themselves (often by sticking their stinky, figurative feet right into their metaphorical mouths) more easily and more often. While this is usually entertaining (hello, intentional nip slips!) and often illuminating (à la Al ... More >>
It's no secret that Gut Check is super excited about Ben & Jerry's Schweddy Balls ice cream. While we're positive there's no better addition to ice cream than fudge-covered rum and milk chocolate malt balls filled with the essence of Alec Baldwin, we decided to take a look at the Saturday Night Live ... More >>
8 p.m. Friday, April 23. The Roberts Orpheum Theater, 416 North Ninth Street.
The Office: Season Three
Twin Peaks: The Second Season
Week of October 26, 2006
Coming of age and coming out in the Me Decade.
Jim Carrey's brand of fun warms a reheated Dick and Jane
Byron Crawford takes no prisoners. Don't screw with him.
Elizabethtown is a mess, not that its director should care
Wine Merchant, 20 South Hanley Road, Clayton; 314-863-6282
Streisand and Hoffman save a family -- and a movie, too
Howard Hughes gets what he wants, in this case a fun and loving biopic
There's nothing absurd about the appeal of SpongeBob's first movie
Week of October 13, 2004
Baldwin and Broderick should have dodged The Last Shot
Team America takes no prisoners and spares no swear words
Week of September 22, 2004
When audiences dug the dexedrine-fueled, pot-stoked Nervous Set at the Crystal Palace back in 1959, St. Louis was like cool, man, cool
Week of January 14, 2004
The Cooler, somewhat unbelievably, asks us to swallow a Las Vegas fairy tale
The Cat in the Hat forms clumps for easy scooping and disposal
He scaled an intellectual Everest at age twelve. What's he like at sixteen? Meet George Thampy.
Owen Wilson and Jackie Chan are Knights fallen on their arses
When it comes to producing movies, it's a fine art (or Art Linson)
Week of May 29, 2002
Anderson's film is like its characters: flawed genius
Pearl Harbor's sound and fury signify nothing but a new kind of war porn
Written and directed by Frank Whaley
Missourian Lanford Wilson comes to the Rep to stage his new play, Book of Days, with longtime collaborator Marshall Mason. A look behind the scenes at the men who changed American theater.
Directed by Michael Corrente