Theodor Seuss Geisel, who would be 108 today, is justly honored for his Seuss books, and the films and TV shows made from them. But his work extended to political humor, raunchy wartime cartoons and the world’s weirdest kids movie.
As the famous author’s environmental tale The Lorax gets the feature-film treatment, we look at how other Seuss classics have been handled on screen.
This adaptation of Nick Flynn’s acclaimed memoir Another Bull__ Night in Suck City holds on to its poetry, although the profanity-laced title had to go.
If we had thought ahead, we would have done a Top 10 Movie Leaps list. In lieu of that, why don’t you tell us what you would put on such a list. Drop us a note in the comments below.
It’s got to be challenging right now to be a conservative pundit looking for things to scare the audience about, in the current moment of culture-war one-upmanship. I mean, once Rick Santorum has gotten to the point of warning against college education as a scheme of liberal indoctrination, where do you go from there?
For Lou Dobbs, …
In the most retro ceremony ever, 10 of the 18 awards for which live-action feature films were eligible went to a pair of tributes to silent pictures
As Hollywood’s A list descends on Los Angeles for the 84th annual Academy Awards, TIME looks at the winners and losers on the red carpet.
The Pentagon-approved action film locks down the No. 1 slot, as the Oscar-favorite silent film “The Artist” manages only a whisper
Wherein our intrepid reporter uses another Saturday to consume as many Best Picture nominees as he can, just in time for the Oscars.
Adam Sandler’s “Jack and Jill.” At least according to the Razzies, which just “honored” the film with a dozen nominations for their annual worst-of-the-year awards
This geopolitical action film, starring active-duty Navy commandos, clarifies the U.S. mission abroad: to save our country by blowing stuff up GREAT.
The 70′s mafia epic bested a powerful contender—Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King—for this year’s top spot.