View image | gettyimages.com Ira Israel on the truth behind the man who was Steve Jobs, and the problem with the movie portrayal of him. ___ “…my opinion is that it’s certainly best to separate an artist far enough from his work, so that one does not take him with the same seriousness as one […]
Author Jay Cradeur shares the one surefire thing you can do to make her day, open her heart, and see her smile. It is easier than you think and it works every time.
“This is not just a kid’s movie.” says Raymond Bechard. “It explains why we need all our emotions, even the “bad” ones.”
Get the popcorn. Pour a cold drink. And watch a movie so hot that Donald Trump did everything he could to keep you from seeing it.
In Manhattan, Woody Allen shows a weak, but tender, side of masculinity.
Jesse Kornbluth suggests if you are going to binge-watch Kevin Spacey, watch Margin Call.
Stewart Hapern goes to see what 50 Shades of Grey and finds so much about the movie—and the popularity of it among females—unbelievable.
Brian Rutter contemplates life choices and finds redemption through the power of Shawshank Redemption. Again and again and again.
Michael Frizell writes of Vietnam and the father who was there.
Nathaniel Turner was pleasantly surprised at how much the new movie adaptation of “Annie” challenged the common portrayal of African-American dads in popular media.