The acclaimed actress has been nominated for a record 16 Academy Awards
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In his last two films—Quantum of Solace and Casino Royale—James Bond has drifted away from his gizmo-filled days of yore. TIME looks at four decades of 007’s best doohickies.
TIME’s look at the ten worst video game to screen adaptations is like shooting fish in a barrel with a plasma cannon.
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From killer dogs to show dogs, TIME takes a look back at cinema’s most memorable pooch flicks.
Paul Newman died in 2008 at the age of 83. TIME’s Richard Corliss looked back through his most memorable movie roles.
TIME looks back at almost three decades worth of Tom Cruise performances.
This weekend I watched the DVD of last year’s documentary Helvetica, which is, yes, about the typeface, and which is—really, I’m serious—absolutely fascinating. The movie directly relates to Mrs. Tuned In’s job, which involves graphic design, but if you ever have the chance to watch it, it has lessons for Tuned Inland too: namely, …
Except for the fact that Mike Myers was once on SNL, this has no real connection to TV. But A.O. Scott’s review of The Love Guru has a line so good that I cannot let it go unnoted:
To say that the movie is not funny is merely to affirm the obvious. The word “unfunny” surely applies to Mr. Myers’s obnoxious attempts to find mirth