Despite not having an earth-shattering premise, Andrew Bujarksi's new film employs three terrific actors to make an ultimately compelling character study about three lost souls looking for "Results."
The NY Senate had made positive moves on advancing a bill that would add meningococcal vaccines to the list of vaccines a child would receive.
Phenomenally entertaining and starring a game and able cast, "San Andreas" finally gets the disaster movie right.
The film plays in the mode of melodrama: The doomed affair between Harley and Ilya wouldn't be out of place in a Douglas Sirk film.
"Hombre" is based on a novel by Elmore Leonard, and luckily, that's not hard to discern.
A documentary about the founder of BASE jumping, Carl Boenish, the love of his life, his wife Jean, and the story of how the sport evolved.
"The Wonder Years" really hits its stride in Season Three, the second full season of the iconic family TV show that remembers one of the most radical periods in American cultural history through the eyes of a suburban teenager.