The U.S. has come a long way in the last decade.
There’s a great comfort in being a Robert Duvall fan in the 21st century.
Heather Graham has done a lot of movies in which she isn’t naked and wearing roller-skates.
Dave Attell is not going to be the next Louis C.K.
If you haven’t bothered to check out Sirens, the new Chicago-based sitcom about EMTs — co-created and executive-produced by Denis Leary — you might want to change that.
F. Murray Abraham has played a lot of baddies in his remarkable career.
It’s becoming increasingly apparent that Vera Farmiga should just be given every mother role in every TV show and movie from now on.
The Wolf of Wall Street, the hotly-anticipated new movie by Martin Scorsese — which opens Christmas Day — is essentially spoiler-proof.
In less than a month, Stanley Tucci has appeared in two very different films, portraying characters who couldn’t have less in common.
When men dress up like women for comedy, the results are rarely naturalism.
Dan Aykroyd is one of those rare comedy legends who’s actually become more entertaining in the twilight of his career than he was in his prime.
One of the last great things that Fred Armisen gave the world as a cast member on Saturday Night Live (he left the show in May) was Ian Rubbish