Hollywood has long been intertwined with politics, especially Democratic causes. That holds true for most of the political cash donated by this year's Oscar nominees. A Best Supporting Actor candidate heads the list.
Set in a remote Danish town, ‘Terribly Happy’ follows noirish plot twists as the locals apply their own rule of law.
The Oscar-nominated documentary ‘The Most Dangerous Man in America’ profiles Daniel Ellsberg, the man who leaked the Pentagon Papers.
Cop movie ‘Brooklyn’s Finest’ is a morality tale that puts a bleak cast on the profession.
The fifth big snowstorm to hit the East Coast this season - forecast to begin Thursday - has meteorologists reaching for Thesauruses and trash-talking in their efforts to top one another. At what point does a legitimate warning of a 'Monster Storm' become hype?
Dip into Katharine Weber's novel 'True Confections,' take a tour of early Oscar contenders in a new DVD collection, listen to Midlake's newest CD, and more.
A crime film set in an Israeli town, 'Ajami' captures with great honesty and energy some of the ethnic snarls between Muslims, Christians, and Jews.
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The sci-fi epic Avatar raked in more money than any other, but what about inflation?
But some fresh faces appear in the Best Actress category with Carey Mulligan (‘An Education’) and Gabourey Sidibe (‘Precious’).