La La Land
Modern-day musical should garner fans despite flaws
The Daily Word in monster trucks, gold statuettes, and the end of human civilization
With the help of skilled drivers, a few dozen homosapiens on the West coast of North America transported small metal statuettes back to their lavish dwellings in elongated automobiles.
Why was Joan Rivers left out of the 'In Memorium' montage of The Oscars?
11 students at Wesleyan were hospitalized after overdosing on MDMA, also known as 'Molly.'
A driver crashed into an electrical pole that knocked out the power to Tingley Coliseum right before the Monster Truck Jam. The intentional crashes of the spectacle were unaffected.
Why were these weird food patents unsuccessful?
The already questionable reputation of Downtown Albuquerque is being tarnished by late-night brawls.
If anyone knows what will destroy human civilization, it’s Stephen Hawking.
Are You More Like Jennifer Lawrence Or Emma Stone? Take the quiz!
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
Michael Keaton mocks his own backstory in high-flying show biz satire
Magic in the Moonlight
Woody Allen’s 44th film casts a charming spell
Crazy, Stupid, Love.
Unpredictable romantic comedy marries drama and a big-name cast for lovable results
It probably won’t appear this way on the movie theater marquee, so it’s worth noting the complete, correct title of Crazy, Stupid, Love. (two commas and a period). Although crazy and stupid often function as fitting adjectives to this thing we call love, the punctuation makes it clear that the three also work just fine as separate, stand-alone nouns. Happily, the new romantic comedy/drama offers up more than its fair share of craziness, stupidity and love.