The perennial family-film question: How do you entertain children and parents at the same time?
New relationships begin and old relationships come to light in this week's episode
What happens when a guy who can't tell Jacob from Edward joins a theater of screaming tween girls
The characters wrestle with what it means to do the right thing in a changed world
When a man plays a woman, it's funny. When a woman plays a man, it's drama. Why?
The zombie series tackles religion for the first time in this week's episode
There's a rich legacy behind 'It's a Very Harold & Kumar Christmas'
After two uneven episodes this season, this week's show was one of the series' best
The 'Shrek' spinoff, like nearly all animated films nowadays, "stars" famous actors like Antonio Banderas
The action sequences continue to thrill, but the AMC series has yet to break beyond repetetive writing
The new 3D version of the classic follows in the footsteps of Charlie Sheen, six silent films, and Barbie
In this week's episode, the line between right and wrong gets even harder to define
The hit AMC show can't decide if it's a character drama or a blood-and-guts horror story
Raunchy R-rated films and cutesy animated films rule comedy nowadays. 'The Big Year' likely won't change that.
The second episode of Claire Danes's new show ponders the tension between personal freedom and national security
Richard Matheson generated the boxing-bots concept—not Rock 'em Sock 'em Robots
From "Mad Men" to "Parks and Recreation," several series are releasing books "written" by the stars
Claire Danes stars in a new series about terrorism that lacks the moral certitude of its predecessor
The new Joseph Gordon Levitt film is a smart, funny, sad, and true depiction of the disease
Titles as banal as the new Taylor Lautner flick and as celebrated as The Social Network have shown up on the annual Black List