Set in the Jim Crow South, 'The Help' too often feels like a civics lesson despite moments of nobility with stellar performances by Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer.
Among concerns are the actors' scheduling conflicts and Frank Miller's writing.
With the tremendous project 'The Avengers' in the works it's easy to wonder how three superheroes will get along, and organize themselves.
Homemade strawberry jalapeño jam adds a grown-up kick to the classic pb&j and dill gives grilled vegetables a fresh, summery finish in this satisfying vegan grilled meal.
Wild parsnip is an invasive plant that aggressively spreads to take over fields and roadsides.
An oddball art-house movie, 'The Future' is narrated by Paw Paw, a cat waiting for adoption.
Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman are old friends with wildly different lifestyles who find themselves inhabiting each other's bodies, and comedy ensues in this fairly crude farce 'The Change-Up.'
An exposé that sometimes overdramatizes, 'The Whistleblower' takes on sex trafficker in postwar Bosnia and official collusion.
If you want to revisit a Woody Allen classic, check out his 2000 film, 'Small Time Crooks,' a comedy that explores crime, class, and cookies.
Breaking Bad: In light of AMC's requests that the show schedule a smaller number of episodes, producers wonder if switching networks might be a better option.
Paul McCartney: The 9/11 concert now serves as the framework for a new film, "The Love We Make." Directed by legendary documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles, it captures McCartney's firsthand observations of 9/11 as well as concert performances and backstage preparations.
The apes are smarter in this latest "Planet of the Apes" movie, but it can't save the limp dialogue.