YouTube launched in 2005; so did Perez Hilton. How that year changed America — and took down Tom Cruise.
The filmmaker talks 70mm, Joaquin Phoenix, and researching Scientology for his sixth and most anticipated movie.
STK MiamiThanks to the kind people at Paramount, Short Order readers can win one of the best giveaways ever. Prize includes a Blu-ray copy of No Strings Attached, the romantic comedy starring Oscar-winner Natalie Portman and Charlie Sheen-replacement Ashton Kutcher. But in order to mak ... More >>
A chronological guide to the life and times of marijuana.
In a perfect world, you'd be able to access your entire music library from any computer, iPhone, iPad or any other cellphone, sans USB. You wouldn't have to transfer files or carry around a portable hard drive. Finally, that world is here, but it's not perfect... yet. Let me introduce you to clo ... More >>
J.J. Abrams's latest is proof that a franchise can live long and prosper.
The Oscar nominations came out this morning. There were some surprises, but as virtually everyone expected, Mickey Rourke got a nod for best lead actor for his role in The Wrestler. What started as a local hook for covering awards-show nonsense has turned into quite a saga detailing Rourke's strange ... More >>
Comedy icon Carole Lombards legacy is celebrated at the Cosford.
Summer '08: Batman saved the season, while a little Sex went a long way and the indies went south.
The Miami International Film Festival may have finally arrived on Hollywood's radar.
Following on the heels of yesterday's cancelation of their weekend gigs in Austin, Detroit's favorite garage rock band, the White Stripes, announced today that they are canceling their entire forthcoming Icky Thump tour, again citing health issues. According to a press release, Meg White is sufferin ... More >>
Sequels, prequels, and threequels headline Hollywood 2007
DVD releases for the week of June 8, 2006
The Weather Man is a comedy, but not that kind
Sahara has no reason to exist, until you see who made it
Aaron Eckhart and Ben Kingsley struggle through floundering frights
The galaxy, or at least the hotel, makes room for fans of television's cult hits at Vulkon
The epic sweep of Timeline is easily forgotten
The debut of Urban Cowboy is a rough ride indeed
Audiences love Jerry Bruckheimer. Critics don't. Like he cares.
Back to vaudeville and the glory days of cinema at the Gusman Center
Robert Wise finishes Star Trek: The Motion Picture--22 years later
What Women Want is a better movie than this two-hour Nike ad
Jimmy Sabatino, self-described child of the Mafia, displayed a prodigious talent for confidence games even as a teenager. If he hadn't threatened to kill President Clinton, he'd probably be scamming today.
The works of B-movie moguls like Herschell Gordon Lewis and Doris Wishman are so bad they're good. And they've become a permanent part of Florida film lore.