Are women really being shut out of film criticism? One recent study claims that they're worse off in the online world than they were in print.
On this week's show, we check in with two huge cultural institutions on the way to a discussion about finding yourself on unfamiliar ground.
In which we consider our relocated desk and miss an old pal.
There are many principles of day-to-day life that don't make their way into the Fast, Furious universe.
A distasteful new show forces employees to turn on each other in a phony display of power.
It took Jesse and Celine 18 years to find themselves back where they started in the lovely third installment of the series that began with 1995's Before Sunrise.
All is Gatsbyish excess on the Croisette, where the Cannes Film Festival's early tone might well have been set by Baz Luhrmann's lavish film — and by Sofia Coppola's accomplished The Bling Ring.
Brands that found their original audiences in traditional, old-media platforms are finding ways to keep going in the world of new media.
J.J. Abrams isn't the first guy to bait Star Trek fans by messing with the brand.
On Sundays, it can seem like we're a nation of critics. But we're not.
Research shows that prime-time television isn't a bad place to find portrayals of working women. Working moms and working women over 40 are another story.
On this week's show, we talk about grieving and fighting when shows are canceled, we come up with some rules of engagement when it comes to good manners and culture, and we talk about what's making us happy this week.
Viewers of Scandal know that Fitz is the worst. But do they know why? We do.
This may have been a lousy year for ratings on our most-watched talent show, but not for talent.
As The Office reaches its end, we look at 10 favorite episodes.