Labor Day is the Mel Gibson of holidays: Hollywood knows full well it’s there, yet only occasionally acknowledges it.
Has it really been a decade since MTV brought its traveling circus known as the Video Music Awards to the Palms?
Though the “Twilight” star proves a good enough actor to disappear into his underwritten role, “Good Time” fails to live up to its name.
Welcome to your next Netflix obsession.
The comedy’s creator explains how he got the comic to forgo his standard black T-shirt, leather jacket and fingerless gloves in favor of a striped buttoned-down shirt, slacks and wire-rim glasses.
If people actually stuck to their retirement plans, we wouldn’t have next week’s latest fight of the century, the past 16 years of Kiss shows or Richard Nixon’s presidency.
“Wind River,” “Brigsby Bear” and “STEP,” some of my favorites of the entire festival, hit local theaters this weekend.
They say you’ll never forget your first time.
Maybe I haven’t seen enough bad horror movies to appreciate “Annabelle: Creation.” But I just didn’t get what all the screaming was about.
Surly Squirrel and Buddy the rat are back! Yeah, that didn’t mean anything to me, either.