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The Apartment

The Apartment is the bittersweet, darkly comic tale of a mild-mannered office nebbish who sells little bits of his body and soul to climb the corporate ladder, falls in love on the way up and finds his way back down… Read More ›

Some Like it Hot

One of the great screwball comedies, Some Like It Hot answers the burning question: will Jack Lemmon’s romantic life actually improve if he puts on a dress? You bet. In fact, just about everybody has a good time in this… Read More ›

X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)

In the crowded pantheon of comic-book-derived movie-franchise superheroes, Wolverine, as embodied by the muscular Australian song-and-dance man Hugh Jackman, always seemed kind of special. A grouchy, sensitive loner with retractable metal claws and apparently unretractable facial hair, Wolverine brooded and… Read More ›

Ben-Hur

Ben-Hur was made back when going to an epic movie was an international event. Great spectaculars were made with real people, mind-boggling sets and casts of thousands, long before digital special effects made them all obsolete. Epics were shown on… Read More ›

Lorne Michaels Stalker

The case against the man accused of stalking the Saturday Night Live mastermind was placed on hold at a hearing, and will be thrown out entirely if 32-year-old Evans Pidhajecky keeps out of trouble, and Michaels’ eyeline, for the next… Read More ›

Robin Williams Heart Surgery

Robin Williams is taking a time-out for “a little tune-up.” The madcap Oscar winner announced today that he is postponing the remaining dates of his one-man show, Weapons of Self-Destruction, to undergo heart surgery. The 57-year-old Williams announced Tuesday he… Read More ›

Ed McMahon Intensive Care

Ed McMahon is in intensive care at a Los Angeles hospital. The 85-year-old former Johnny Carson sidekick has been hospitalized for several weeks with pneumonia, as well as other unspecified ailments, rep Howard Bragman said. The TV icon’s family is… Read More ›

Octomum or Octopussy?

Octomom needs money, the world needs alternative movies. It’s a match made in heaven. Or so think the opportunistic peddlers at adult powerhouse Vivid Entertainment, who have made Nadya Suleman a halfway decent indecent proposal, offering the cash-strapped mother of… Read More ›

Michelle Obama Vogue Cover

As if all the fuss over her lemongrass Isabel Toledo inauguration ensemble followed by the one-shouldered Jason Wu ivory gown weren’t enough to solidify Michelle Obama’s newfound fashion icon status, now comes the Vogue cover. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz at… Read More ›

Gone With The Wind

1939 Is arguably the year of the greatest number of all time classic movie releases of all time. The greatest of them is, perhaps, Gone With The Wind. The classic American epic, Gone With the Wind sweeps across the Old… Read More ›

To Kill A Mockingbird

The movie gets it’s title from a quote by one of the main characters, Atticus Finch: “It’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.” Set in a small Alabama town during the Great Depression, To Kill A Mockingbird raises great questions… Read More ›

Casablanca

Casablanca is a great romance, a stirring wartime adventure, a suspenseful action movie, and in the end, a terrific buddy movie. It’s listed again and again on the top ten lists of critics and fans alike. Its snappy lines are… Read More ›

Titus Andronicus

It has become commonplace to describe any band more than a decade old and with a few albums under their belts as “influential”, as though it were a badge of honour. But surely influential is just another way of saying… Read More ›