rex reed

People who diss Rocky because it's old-fashioned and predictable are right. It's sort of a construction worker's Raging Bull with Kleenex. But the people who love Rocky are right, too, because it's likeable and decent in a basic way that makes you glow. You go away from Rocky hugely entertained, with a song in your soul and hope in your heart.
Powerhouse singer Fiona Apple impressed the socks off every Angeleno Monday night at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los
For Reed's full review, head to the New York Observer. Reed's "V/H/S 2" review raised the hackles of CriticWire editor Sam
In February, Rex Reed of the New York Observer made headlines when he referred to "Bridesmaids" star Melissa McCarthy as "tractor-sized" and “a gimmick comedian who has devoted her short career to being obese and obnoxious with equal success.”
McCarthy finally responded to the hateful commentary in a New York Times piece published on June 13th, expressing her pity
"Glass slippers are back!" shouts the sign outside the Broadway Theatre. And so is entertainment. It took Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella 56 years to get to the Great White Way, but if the shoe still fits, flaunt it.
The New York Times insults Snooki's intelligence The New York Times is no stranger to boldly honest write-ups, but take a
In celebration of Valentine's Day, schools across the country launched anti-bullying initiatives to create awareness, sensitivity and support for school age children. Dare I suggest we consider expanding them into the conference rooms of media outlets across the country?
Jenny continued her defense of Melissa -- who scored an Oscar nomination for her role in 2011 comedy blockbuster "Bridesmaids