It’s Leslie Knope’s world and we just got to watch
And it wasn’t Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” either
Tolkiening, Tarantining and musical keening drew audiences into movie theaters this holiday weekend
The movie musical is already a worldwide hit, but lovers of the Victor Hugo novel can find many more satisfying versions: on film, TV, the radio and YouTube
Lincoln’s Daniel Day-Lewis was too obvious…
A year from now, many of the 2013 shows we’ll be looking back on—for better or worse—will be surprises. But there’s a lot we can already anticipate.
Consider our list of the Top 10 Worst Movies a public-service announcement
The Renaissance man chats about playing the good guy, singing without grimacing and why Jean Valjean reminds him of his dad
Rosanne Cash leads this album of storm classics recorded by top indie/folk artists.
Grab some tissues — TIME’s pick for movie of the year will break your heart
This award, or perhaps “award,” recognizes TV shows with interesting ambitions that, for various reasons, they don’t manage to quite meet.
The craggy humanity Klugman brought his characters showed the bittersweetness Oscar Madison tried to hide behind his blunt talk, wisecracks and cigar smoke
Billy Crystal and Bette Midler as fun-loving grandparents? On paper that sounds good. On screen it’s painful.