Luc Besson's "Lucy" proved mind can overpower muscle, topping a remake of "Hercules" by director Brett Ratner at the box office on the weekend.
Japanese fans want it known: The radiation-breathing, skyscraper-stomping monster they call "Gojira" was born right here in Japan, 60 years ago.
Don Dahler joins an intrepid group of adventurers traveling more than 300 miles through Maine's backwoods to retrace one of poet Henry David Thoreau's greatest journeys.
Mo Rocca does some digging into the Reagan wit and uncovers a treasure trove of jokes - many written by the man himself - in a very humorous look back on a politician who always had a one-liner at hand.
Cheap, soulless, and cliché-ridden, this film is best avoided.
An intellectually stimulating spy thriller as well as a poignant posthumous tribute to the great Philip Seymour Hoffman, "A Most Wanted Man" is a gripping slow-burn of a film.
This tepid, predictable "best friends lost their virginity over the summer" flick is a Very Poor Movie.
Besson has big ideas that get taken over by his "Transporter"-style need for over-the-top action and violence.
In the Arts
The Gay Games are just about as big as the International Olympics in terms of the number of athletic participants the events draw, say organizers. They've also had a huge impact on the lives of those in the LGBT community.
Art Smith, executive chef to the stars, is a celebrity in his own right. He won't see it that way if you ask him; he'll be quick to tell you that he's just a normal guy from north Florida. His reputation precedes him, however.
On July 28, Pride Films and Plays presents "LezFest: A One Night Fling," a celebration in words, songs, music and theater at Mary's Attic. Join PFP for an evening all about ladies who love ladies who are artists.
Those mortifying moments in life, the ones that make you shudder even years after they've happened, are the basis of "Little Horribles," a comic series on the Web about a painfully awkward single woman in her 30s.
The current hit "Latch" by U.K. brother duo Disclosure is just the tip of the iceberg of what's to come in music: a perfect marriage of house and pop.
'McKellen Me Softly' is a one night party & art show sponsored by Geeks Out in which fans honor prominent gay actor Ian McKellen. Mike Diamond goes On The Scene to meet and greet with the geekiest gays you can possibly imagine!
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