Marc Hirsh marks the 25th anniversary of the great bad-movie snark-off by taking an unpopular opinion about two poor fellas who got stranded in space playing with robots.
Monkey See posts about Nostalgia
Well, sure. You could choose to think all the good things about The Sound Of Music, but you could also chose to think all the weird things. (Besides the fact that NBC has decided to remake it.)
Sometimes, kids' movies are more fun to watch as an adult. Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, Disney's Hocus Pocus boasts a heaping helping of adult humor and a bewitching Bette Midler in fake buck teeth.
Karen Black parlayed her strange and singular allure into quirky character roles that in many ways captured the zeitgeist of the 1960s and '70s.
PBS has produced a second music video "remixing" the sounds of Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood.
Linda Wertheimer talks to Dynasty star Linda Evans about the legacy of Krystle Carrington, who lived in a greed-obsessed decade but remained surprisingly pure of heart.
Sure, we can watch most episodes of most TV shows whenever we want these days. But Nick Andersen says that isn't necessarily a good thing for our wider TV culture.
Chris Klimek exhaustively catalogs John McClane's adventures saving his wife, chasing terrorists, shooting things, getting dirty, taking a beating, cracking wise, and lots more.
Twenty-five years ago this week, Hollywood was offering two very different visions of women at work. One suggested menace, one heroism. Both were fantasies.
A 50th anniversary book brings the gory Mars Attacks out from under soft nostalgic memory.
Mandy Patinkin talks to Melissa Block about The Princess Bride as it turns 25.
There are times when you have to admit things that are hard to admit. And in the case of the new Dallas, that might just mean its compulsive watchability.
Peter Sagal remembers Ray Bradbury as one of the writers who wrote the stories of his science-fiction childhood. He notes that the author was always showing us "our reflections in very strange places."
Richard Dawson was most famous for Family Feud, but he was the most fun on Match Game, the party show of the '70s.
Lifetime has released the first photo of Lindsay Lohan in character as Elizabeth Taylor.