Ed Wood

The star made a late-career comeback with an Academy Award-winning performance in the 1994 film “Ed Wood.”
Solomon King channels Phil Spector - photo by legendary Jimmy Steinfeldt Even director Quentin Tarantino, who admits his
One of the first friends I met when I moved to Seattle was Zak, standing by a urinal trough wearing golden armor down one arm and shiny metallic underwear. To be fair, it was Halloween; but since then I've seen him dress similarly on more than one occasion since then.
Amy Adams as Margaret is excellent. Christoph Waltz's over-the-top portrayal of Walter -- who, by many accounts was truly over-the-top -- can be a bit distracting. At any rate, it's an interesting exploration of how the "little hobo kids" became a household must-have.
My generation discovered the big-eyed waifs at grandma's house or in the marginalia of our local thrift shops. The generation older than me knows that at one point Margaret Keane's big-eyed paintings of children were everywhere.
This strange story, with a script by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski (who also wrote Burton's Ed Wood), is not well
This Sunday the thoroughly original, impossibly talented Johnny Depp hits the milestone age of 50. Does this mean he's actually middle-aged? No, it can't be.
In an extended and wide-ranging interview, we got a chance to discuss the length and breadth of Martin's career. In the course
For the better part of 30 years now, Hollywood has been harboring a secret. Something that threatens the prevailing public perception of one of the town's more talented filmmakers.
When Tim Burton and Johnny Depp decided, "Oh, wouldn't it be fun to make a movie out of the campy '60s TV show Dark Shadows," the correct response should have been the following three words: Wild Wild West.
Pontecorvo's first feature film stars Jalil Lespert as Miloud (who was in his early twenties when he traveled to Bucharest
America (and the world) has spoken: The less-than-mediocre Alice in Wonderland is a hit. Allow me to disagree. Tim Burton is Exhibit A for my unified theory of movies.
For a country desperate for good news, the now-deflated "balloon boy" spectacle would seem to be the perfect tonic. As Wolf
God isn't jumping in and saving the day like Batman and he's not deciding every decision we make like some massive video game. God, wherever he is, is watching us and hoping that we have fun with our lives.
This week on Big Brother 11: the saga of Jeff/Sarumoron's fall.