Depending on which source you believe, there are between one and two dozen -- yes, you read that right, dozen -- films opening this Friday in New York. Here is a brief look at a half-dozen of them.
Last week I was able to view a handful of the 81 films from 25 countries, at the five-day long AFI Docs festival that attracted filmmakers, national policy and opinion leaders, journalists and a large crowd of viewers to the 13th annual running of the event in the Washington DC area.
Catchphrases were created and run into the ground for fun. I don't recall a single sentence of any foreign language I ever studied. But I do remember "too much lotion!" and "they pelted us with rocks and garbage!"
Building the perfect dad brain requires a blend of smarts, morals and karate skills that can't be found in just one movie dad, which is why we used eight, including Clark Griswold, Atticus Finch and, of course, Indiana Jones.
The pair appeared in four "Vacation" films together, the first debuting in 1983. Thirty years have passed, but we can only
Boomers' sexual self-indulgence was another example of something the generation took some blame over but led to a greater
I love St. Patrick's Day. It's so inclusive. By that I mean that though it's a bona fide religious holiday, you don't need to be particularly pious to enjoy it. Wishing everyone a safe and (reasonably) responsible holiday, I present my own candidates for the top drinking movies of all time.
While the crazy family is undoubtedly entertaining, the overall plot of 2 Days in New York doesn't quite mesh and runs on a bit long -- but the flick got me thinking about other embarrassing movie relatives.
There's something so quintessentially American about driving cross-country during the summertime. The open road, the endless
This deal is a unique development in the world of comedy, as no other current book imprint is devoted exclusively to humorous
Because we took the plunge before crossing the stage, we are something of a novelty. Do I miss out by being married? Sometimes.
He's collected the best of the magazine's first decade -- a period he views as the Lampoon's golden age -- in an illustrated