It all ends not with a whimper, but a dick joke.
This past week Downtown Abbey fans got a hell of a shock when Diddy announced via Twitter that he was going to be starring on the show, his purported favorite. Producers were quick to deny it, but no doubt fans of the PBS period drama were a little hesitant to even imagine Diddy, a rapper with exact ... More >>
Gatsby's sometimes great, but not always good.
The 4th annual Valentines for Soldiers event is coming up on Monday, January 21 from 6 to 9 p.m., once again held at the Saint Arnold Brewery at 2000 Lyons -- and it's certainly come a long way since a few people gathered at the request of local food blogger Nishta Mehra to make cards and stuff care ... More >>
While they have notoriously barred the use of their songs in advertising campaigns and initially resisted selling their music on iTunes, Radiohead has been more than willing to lend their vast brooding catalog to filmmakers, exposing mainstream culture to what might have otherwise remained a margina ... More >>
Elise Blog OK, in your head, we want you to picture Soul Asylum. No, not "Runaway Train." We mean the energy, angsty effervescence of something like "Somebody to Shove." Wed that haunting voice and throbbing guitars to a mild prog-rock sensibility and you have Lotus Effect's EP, Rabbits and Royal ... More >>
The Actors from the London Stage believe less is more...than enough
Tom Ford's A Single Man: It's better to look good than to be good.
Welcome to Baz Luhrmann's not-quite-marvelous land of Oz
Actors Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor camp it up in this musical fantasy
Danny Deckchair sends an upbeat message from down under
Baz Luhrmann makes movies--and audiences--in his own image
The delightfully eccentric Moulin Rouge giddily juggles eras
In Shall We Dance?, a midlife crisis resolves itself in the ballroom
Jane Campion's adaptation of Henry James gets everything wrong
A review of the films of '93, and hopes for an adventurous '94