In the film “Help!”, The Beatles subverted traditional symbols of masculinity and showcased the social changes men saw in the 1960s.
With Tom Hanks in the lead, Rich Monetti says the Coen Brothers’ film kills the presumption that we control our destinies.
Rich Monetti says the comical, B-movie farce is actually a brilliant piece of political commentary.
Prince Oberyn Martell’s irresistible charm isn’t from his washboard abs or chiseled chin. It’s his noble virtues and ability to enjoy pleasure — without guilt or shame.
If you haven’t seen ‘Unbreakable’ you are missing a Superhero Gem. Not to worry, you can still catch Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson on Blue-Ray and Netflix.
‘Guy Movies’ abound on Netflix this summer. James Holcomb reviews one Trilogy that isn’t worth the flix-a-thon.
In Manhattan, Woody Allen shows a weak, but tender, side of masculinity.
The spirit that helped Noah Galloway learn to dance is also helping him boldly meet challenges he encounters in life.
Ken Goldstein polled his network to find 60 of the best written, funniest movies of all time. What’s on your list?
Without any hype, with no great charisma, without even much in the way of stage presence, Blake Mills is the immediate future of intelligent music.
It turned out to be a concert we’d never forget. But not for the reasons you’d think.
Are you looking for a little kung-fu with a lot of heart? Look no further than this must see video release.
James Halcomb presents his favorites (and not so favs) from this last year.