'Dinner for Schmucks': Paul Rudd and Steve Carell star in a remake of the French farce 'The Dinner Game.'
'Winnebago Man' tells the tale of Jack Rebney, an RV salesman whose expletive-laden sales pitch goes viral, and the man who tracks him down 20 years later.
In 'Get Low,' a poignant, superbly acted gem, Robert Duvall plays a recluse who throws a party during the Depression.
A sequel of sorts to Todd Solondz’s controversial 1998 film ‘Happiness,’ ‘Life During Wartime’ returns to the characters’ lives a decade later, but with a whole new cast.
In a new exhibition, Ansel Adams's iconic nature images are contrasted with Edward Burtynsky's industrial scapes of rock quarries, coal heaps, and rusty ships.
American author Gay Talese advises budding writers to pursue ideas that don't seem obvious.
As the swollen river receded, the little minnows were trapped in ever-shrinking puddles, so she scooped them up into her bucket.
The sudden demise of a neighbor's shed seem to leave her furry neighbors without shelter.
Highlights of Crossroads Guitar Festival in local movie theaters, a marvelously inventive Belgian animated film on DVD, AMC's new espionage series, and more top picks.
On a cross-country trip, a book on the great sound bites of American history provides food for thought for the Monitor's language columnist.
Angelina Jolie plays a CIA superspy, in the new movie ‘Salt,' a high-octane action thriller.
As the heat climbs, a small boy and his grandmother find a secluded hammock to listen to summer's soundtrack.
Dance-oriented bounce music, a hip-hop variant unique to New Orleans, is tapped by hitmakers.
Randy Newman's 'Toy Story Favorites' on CD, Chicago's Grant Park music festival, raising awareness of violence in the Congo through music, and more top picks.
When Anton turned teenager, self-absorption grew – but never to the point of clouding his compassion.
The Monitor's language columnist looks into the US term for what the rest of the world calls 'football.'
Argentine dogs live a life of pampered sophistication in this elegant city.
Two woebegone Irish kids flee to Dublin in 'Kisses,' a whimsical film with a hint of magical-realism.
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