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NPR TV Critic Eric Deggans says the show is a rare gem; a family drama centered on the small, emotional moments between relatives.
At Vidiots there was no shame in loving a slapstick fart comedy as much as you loved a French existential drama.
Cosby's tour was booked before sexual assault allegations surfaced. Many of the venues had rented their facilities, meaning only Cosby's camp could cancel or postpone.
The announcement of the new "Ghostbusters" cast went over like... well, gangbusters.
Alfonso Gómez-Rejón found comfort in the story that reflected his own process of dealing with an emotional loss.
The series is set in a small Arctic town in the middle of nowhere, which proved to be the perfect setting for this new epic television show on Pivot.
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A Los Angeles Superior Court jury ruled for the 71-year-old performer in his action against his ex-manager Gerald Goldstein, attorney Glenn Stone and Even St. Productions Ltd.
The British singer is only 35, but he’s already the best selling jazz artist in the history of the U.K. His new album, “Interlude,” is a throwback to the way albums were once made.
The director of the documentary, based on Lawrence Wright's exhaustive book on the controversial church, told The Frame that the church's critical ads are "great publicity."
The actor says he learned to be in the moment when his daughter came along, which inspired him to write the children's book, "Archibald's Next Big Thing"
Armin Hansen was one of greatest marine painters ever born in this state. His portrayals of the men who worked on the oceans off Monterey that brought him lasting fame.
As sometimes happens around secret negotiations, the $12 million figure was nearly three times the actual sales price for the drama, "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl"
At this year's festival, filmmakers are showing sex in any way they can think of. Festival director John Cooper says it’s been a growing movement.
As debate continues over the portrayal of marksman Chris Kyle in "American Sniper" the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee reports an increase in threats against Arabs and Muslims.