One family is bringing new meaning to the family movie genre, reports Geoff Boucher, of The Los Angeles Times.
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Having travelled to the middle of nowhere, Blake Gopnik, is struck by the many possibilities presented by a work of art.
The list of things Michelle Pfeiffer does not want to hear includes this sentence: "The way I see it, your golden age was 1987 to 1993."
Judd Apatow's The 40-Year-Old Virgin spawned one of the most vibrant and successful runs in American comedy - a frantic, four-year era capped by and summed up in the writer-director/producer's latest film, Funny People.
As it turns out, I take twice as many steps on the average day as my dog does but a couple thousand fewer than the president recommends.
VIACOM and the video game industry are hoping they will get more than a little help from the Beatles.
To hear Tony Scott explain it, his updating of the hostage drama The Taking of Pelham One Two Three extends much further than just numerically altering the title.
Director Pete Docter knew he would have to be resourceful to get shy Jordan Nagai (9) to laugh on cue for his role as a wilderness explorer named Russell in Disney/Pixar's animated Up.
Todmorden, England: Gardening has long been something of a national sport in Britain.
John Madden the NFL coaching legend and former broadcaster, made his last call in April when he announced his retirement. But that didn't mean the 73-year old was out of plays.
One American classic is taking on a whole lot more, reports Randy Lewis, of the Los Angeles Times.
Getting inside the mind of a brilliant schizophrenic proved troubling for actor Jamie Foxx, reports Geoff Boucher, of the Los Angeles Times.
It seems to many like the sensible thing to do: Move in with your boyfriend or girlfriend, spend more time together, save money by splitting the rent and see if you can share a bathroom every morning without wanting to kill each other.
Tom Byron's restaurant, Pink Castle, is painted cotton-candy pink and topped with blue turrets.
How does one expose the secret systematic slaughter of 21,000 dolphins?
It is hard to know why actors abandon television gold for the silver of the screen, writes Mary McNamara, of the Los Angeles Times.
Gregory Rodriguez considers the middle ground between conviction and doubt.
When you see "Paula Abdul" and "Twitter" in the same sentence, you know there's going to be trouble.
Fans of the music video game Rock Band were abuzz last month when its creators announced they will throw open the doors to the online store where it sells downloadable tracks for the game.
As the shoot-'em-up would-be blockbuster G. I. Joe invades cinemas around the world, one of its stars faces the very real risk of genuine fame, Amy Argetsinger reports.