The Railway Man is too punishing for its own good.
Keith Urban Reliant Stadium March 14, 2014 "This is the fifth time we've played the rodeo, and this is also the most amount of people we've played to in Houston," Keith Urban said halfway through his set at Reliant Stadium Friday, to an announced crowd of 74,054. "As a matter of fact, the first tim ... More >>
Recapping the best of the fest.
Over the weekend American Idol, struggling to remain relevant in the face of the televised singing-competition series it spawned like The Voice and X Factor, announced its final judges' panel for the upcoming 12th season that begins in January. According to Entertainment Weekly, joining the previous ... More >>
Ever since The Real World hit the MTV airwaves in the early '90s, reality television has been all the rage. However, since The Osbournes debuted in 2002, some of that reality programming has catered to music fans. Even such music artists as country artist Tanya Tucker, rapper/minister Reverend Run ... More >>
Laura Gibson is a singer-songwriter from Oregon... where pretty much all the really great indie artists come from, apparently. Seriously, it's like half of the musicians I find a brilliant music video for come either from England or the Pacific Northwest. Dreariness is apparently a muse, but I digre ... More >>
Photos by GroovehouseKeith Urban Reliant Stadium March 8, 2011 Aftermath was all set at 8 p.m. to go to the Rodeo and witness Australian country star Keith Urban perform miracles like the ones we'd been hearing about on the Internet for the past few days. We listened to some country love son ... More >>
Hedwig creator John Cameron Mitchell switches gears, channeling his own grief into his latest project.
Whos afraid of Virginia Woolf? Virginia, for one.
Nicole Kidman uses only the best BotoxGayle Rothenberg was convicted way back in 2007 of injecting patients with fake Botox. Today she finally got sentenced.Rothenberg will serve five and a half months in prison, three years of supervised release, and pay reparations of almost $100,000 to patient ... More >>
Noah Baumbach goes west for his latest self-obsessed, unlikable protagonist in Greenberg.
Date: March 16 Name: Keith Urban AKA: "The Betty Ford Center Presents..." Genre: Aussie country Best Known Song(s): "Somebody Like You," "You'll Think of Me," "No Really, I Loved Days of Thunder" Key Demographic: Women looking for concrete proof that they can change their man, people who mistakenl ... More >>
Happy New Year to all of you. Quick question -- what is the record for breaking a New Year's Resolution that doesn't involve alcohol, drugs or sex? Because I just ate a Chipwich for breakfast...just wondering. Well, 2010 is here, and that means we get to hit the reset button on "Surreal Story of ... More >>
Chanel hagiography is so last season.
Once again, Joel and Victoria Osteen have entered the lion's den, the vicious place where only the brave come out unscathed -- The Larry King Show.As difficult as it may be to believe, they had some merchandise to hawk Monday night. In this case, a new book by Victoria.Under the relentless questioni ... More >>
Welcome to Baz Luhrmann's not-quite-marvelous land of Oz
Its classic Kubrick in this heist film
Actors Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor camp it up in this musical fantasy
The JCC holds its fourth annual cinema gala
Avoiding its anti-dogma roots, Golden Compass veers off-course
Margot sees family for what it is: prickly
Your guide to the season's hottest films (and the other ones, too)
That whole talking animal genre? Let's be done with it
Bewitched delivers just what you'd expect: absolutely nothing
In the season of sequels and Happy Meal toys, '05 may be a pleasant surprise.
All talk and little action, The Interpreter doesn't even make sense
Nicole Kidman falls in love with a ten-year-old boy -- sorry, her dead husband
A gay movie buff takes tips from Cary Grant
Dogville screws the pooch
Cold Mountain sets the new standard for Civil War drama on-screen
One man's deceptions help to highlight our own flaws in The Human Stain
Streep, Moore and Kidman reveal that it's sad to be sad
Friday, January 18
Baz Luhrmann makes movies--and audiences--in his own image
The delightfully eccentric Moulin Rouge giddily juggles eras
Miss Saigon is more than just glitz and helicopters
Without Kidman's backside, there's no reason to see this show
The hilarious and heartbreaking demise of a family
Eyes Wide Shut comes up short as Kubrick's last effort
DreamWorks's first film is a conventional tale of glam and guns
Jane Campion's adaptation of Henry James gets everything wrong
Sexy and soulful, Schumacher's epic proves the third time's the charm