Prominent TV stars are being lured in by the glamour of movies.
The french actress’ latest film is about a woman who goes on a road trip to discover herself.
In today's TV, we can pretend to be consumers of the thought-provoking.
Maybe we should be focusing on America's failures—instead of its successes.
Members of a Community Board 7 committee voted unanimously to recommend a liquor license for Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, which is renovating the Metro Theater at Broadway and 100th Street.
When it reopens in 2013, the Metro Theater, on Broadway between 99th and 100th streets, will be the closest movie theater to campus with the exception of an AMC in Harlem.
The Internet is a stock character unable to perform any part but that of deus ex machina, a plot device that is often disparaged as the authorial “cop-out.”
Show me a person who can sit through the first ten minutes of “Battlefield Earth” without cracking a smile and I will be amazed, because you’ve just shown me a person that does not exist.
From epic poems to 3D movies, plotlines have always been somewhat formulaic: boy sets out on adventurous quest, boy meets girl, boy slays the dragon and wins girl’s heart, with some give or take. Jungian theory tells us these stories, all composed of the same basic formulas, stem from a collective human unconscious and reflect our shared experience.
Cooking, for Julia Child, Julie Powell, and many Columbia students, provides personal fulfillment and a break from the stresses of daily life.
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