If Crossfade were a superstar DJ, we wouldn't perform a single show without four cases of cherry vanilla cola, two bottles of Black Label whisky, a picture of our mom, a pink umbrella, and a drumming monkey. That's not even too bad. Just take a look at the ridiculous requests from some of your fav ... More >>
See also "Vince Neil Falls at His Vegas Strip Club: An Extremely Detailed Breakdown." Can you think of anything less arousing than Girls, Girls, Girls, a Vegas strip club where Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil runs around like a horny lil' piggy smearing his fake tan all over the highly plastici ... More >>
See also "Nicki Minaj's Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded Tour With Miami Show on July 24." Nicki Minaj rolls deep, traveling with so many alternate personalities that a PET scan of her head must look like the Predator's family Christmas card. When she beez in the James L. Knight Center on July 24, expe ... More >>
Lindsay Lohan with freckles and a clean rap sheet.We all have to start somewhere. Celebrities usually begin with commercials -- mainly because it's easier to shill for a burger joint than the next $500 million action flick. We're sure many actors thought they'd do one commercial that would ... More >>
Americans love gambling movies almost as much as they love gambling itself. What's not to like? You get the thrill of a high-stakes cards game from the comfort of a multiplex. Over the last few years, though, something happened. The gambling movie was replaced by ESPN. Suddenly, with the broadcas ... More >>
Now that it's official -- Obama is closing the prison camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba -- and we've all given ourselves a hearty slap on the back, the tough questions are really starting to rear their ugly heads: What do we do with the 245 guys left in Gitmo? Especially the truly dangerous ones, who we ... More >>
Rooney and Locksley snap and crackle at Revolution.
The season of big-budget bangs uses its brain.
A rap veteran at age 20, Bow Wow dispenses advice to the next generation.
Ghost Rider will drive you up the wall
DVD releases for the week of December 12, 2006
Old familiar misogyny poisons Neil LaBute's cult-thriller remake
A toned-down Oliver Stone finds uplift in the rubble of the Twin Towers
Your three-month forecast of the summer's top movies
The Weather Man is a comedy, but not that kind
Lord of War unloads one of the year's best cinema moments
In a year when small movies came up big, picking the best was a Payne
Shirley Henderson juggles a love triangle in the Midlands
If being Charlie Kaufman is no fun, watching Charlie Kaufman is a real drag
Windtalkers spins a World War II epic around Navajo codetalkers
Audiences love Jerry Bruckheimer. Critics don't. Like he cares.
While there was plenty to criticize about the year's big releases, 2000 shone nonetheless for its subtle surprises
Gone in 60 Seconds
The Virgin Suicides