Does the movie industry owe it to the public to get the facts right in historical movies?
In 2014, attendance at the movies hit its lowest level in two decades.
2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Orson Welles.
The Hollywood musical was slaughtered onscreen for the entertainment of the spectator in The Phantom of Hollywood, a horribly tacky made-for-TV movie.
Star Wars Epiosde VII was filmed on Skellig Michael island in Ireland.
The recent uptick in dystopian films and post-apocalpytic scenarios seems more urgent and more extreme than it has in the past.
Tom Magliozzi, one of the "Tappet Brother" hosts of the popular public radio show "Car Talk" has died.
Last week, HBO and CBS both announced plans for stand-alone online services, leading to much chatter about the end of cable TV as we know it.
Were Charlie Chaplin’s Tramp films also subtle critiques of the social inequities of American capitalism?
I’m old enough to remember when the original Twin Peaks aired on television, but I came late to the party. ...