Update: Chris Ward wins round one, but there are still tickets on the table. To win Flux Pavilion or Beach House tickets, write a scholarly sounding sentence about one or more of the paintings. We'll give 'em to whoever makes us laugh the hardest. Ringo Starr is taking his All Starr (...) band on t ... More >>
Award season has been very, very good for T-Bone Burnett. The musical impresario has won just about every conceivable honor over his decades-long career, from a Golden Globe to a BAFTA Anthony Asquith Award. Heck, Burnett is only one Rugrats sequel away from capturing a coveted Nickelodeon Kids' Cho ... More >>
In honor of being nominated for Best Actor in his role as stammering King George VI in The King's Speech, fast food-loving Brit Colin Firth will get to create his own sandwich at Burger King if he wins the Academy Award. hollywoodnews.com Firth hasn't said what he'll put on his burger if he ... More >>
Great obit in the Monday New York Times about Philip Egan, the man who designed the ultra-cool interior of the ultra-cool, nearly mythical Tucker, the "Car of Tomorrow" that (almost) never was. Preston Tucker, who died in 1956, was immortalized in Francis Ford Coppola's 1988 biopic Tucker: The Man ... More >>
This former St. Louis Blues star has skated on some thin ice since leaving the rink
Week of April 27, 2006
Disney's gymnastics routine can't stick its landing
Peter Jackson spares no expense for a Kong that's just too long
Jeff Bridges is from outer space!
We've picked our favorites -- let the debates begin
Week of July 14, 2004
Jeff Bridges is at his swaggering best in a film about a couple wrecked by loss
The Science Center's Omnimax Theater offers up four great adventure films (don't forget the Dramamine)
Week of September 17, 2003
This Bob Dylan movie is as inscrutable as Bob Dylan music
Seabiscuit is a different breed of summer "ride" movie
Was Terry Gilliam the man who killed Don Quixote?
Peter Bogdanovich wasn't dead. He was just acting like it.
For two decades, Henry Rollins has harnessed his anger through his art
Written and directed by Rod Lurie
Co-written and directed by Matthew Warchus
Co-written and directed by Albert Brooks
Directed by Mark Pellington
Nashville swing band BadaBing BadaBoom and Louisiana harmonica-and-accordion master Jumpin' Johnny Sansone headline Soulard Mardi Gras' big dance events