There are hated players in the NBA, and then there's Dwight Howard. From fans to NBA stars past and present, the league's best center can't catch a break. Where did this all come from? It shouldn't be
And how to catch up with them. You've been chilled by the marriage-gone-awry suspense of Gone Girl, stupefied by the cinematic inventiveness of Birdman, and terrified by the twisted mentor-mentee relationship
The Grand Budapest Hotel opened its doors in the depths of winter. A select few had a sneak peek at Berlin in February. Then, the following month - the first Friday after the Oscars in fact - the place
January might be where bad movies go to make easy money at the box office (or die a quick death), but the combination of Jason Statham and a screenplay by William Goldman leaves some hope for Wild Card.
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I have such mixed feelings about Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. On the one hand, I think both trilogies have a lot going for them, from great acting and special effects to rousing action