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I’m willing to believe them. I mean, sure, the original is a classic, mostly thanks to Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver, and a new approach to action/paranormal comedy. But the reboot has the Mount Rushmore of movie comedy with SNL writer/cast […]

“We’ve been following the drugs to get to the bad guys. What if we follow the money?” That simple suggestion from FBI undercover agent Bob Mazur (Bryan Cranston) led to an unprecedented massive series of arrests that brought down key […]

Most of us probably think — or wish — that our pets are like Max (voice of Louis CK) in “The Secret Life of Pets” who lives with Katie (Ellie Kempner). “I’ve got big plans,” he tells his neighbor Gidget […]

If I could require every candidate running for office to see one movie, it would be “Zero Days,” the most terrifying movie of the year. It is the story of the Stuxnet virus developed by the US and Israeli governments […]

So, two bros — literal, biological bros and bros in the bro-iest of spirits — advertised on Craigslist for wedding dates. This being America, that got them on talk shows, which led to a book deal, which led to a […]

Temple Grandin described her experience of trying to understand social interaction as a person with autism: like an anthropologist on Mars. The kinds of social cues that come naturally to neurotypicals can seem strange and even disorienting to people on […]

Happy 4th of July!

Take a moment to appreciate and re-commit to the founding principles of this country — happy 4th of July!

One of the biggest hits on Broadway is the delightful musical “She Loves Me,” based on the same story that inspired “The Shop Around the Corner,” the Judy Garland musical, “In the Good Old Summertime,” and “You’ve Got Mail.” It’s […]

The director who, with his partners, named their movie studio Dreamworks, Steven Spielberg, understands that movies are like a guided dream. Roald Dahl’s story about a Big Friendly Giant who collects, selects, edits, and delivers dreams to make people happy […]