We're not buying that $85 billion in cuts in a $3 trillion-plus budget will be a disaster.
An interesting treatise in what can go right and wrong while bringing a movie to life, two movies covering the theme of serial killers approach the material in wildly different but unique ways. Where Zodiac proves successful, though, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer is little more than an interesting miss.
Here's a look at what's new in home DVD and video releases, and a calendar of what's coming:
NEW YORK - "All the President's Men," the classic 1976 film about Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein's unraveling of Watergate, opens with hammering typewriter keystrokes that sound like gunshots.
NEW YORK - Robert Redford recently did something not so unusual for him. He hung out with his pal Paul Newman.
...Watergate investigation might not have advanced far enough for Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein to have written All the President's Men, and without that book, I would have given up long ago. When I was a young reporter, I reread that book every...
DALLAS - Before Peter Berg started writing the eighth attempt at turning the best-selling book Friday Night Lights into a movie, he got some advice from his cousin, Buzz Bissinger, who happened to be the book's author.
NEW YORK -- Victoria Gotti is going to be busy. American Media Inc., publisher of Star magazine, has named Gotti editor in chief of its new publication, Red Carpet.
NEW YORK -- Throughout his career, Ned Beatty has made a name for himself as one of the pre-eminent character actors in Hollywood, embracing secondary roles and making them memorable.
Nothing against the founding fathers, but when I think Spirit of '76, I conjure up images of taxi drivers, not tea tax, of Rocky, not revolution.