“Everything has its season, everything has its time,” goes a famous song from the musical “Pippin.” Well, maybe, but for the many fans of that '70s Stephen Schwartz hit, a return to Broadway has been overdue for years.
Starring Daniel Craig as 007 for a third time and Spanish actor Javier Bardem as Bond's latest nemesis, critics have already declared the 23rd Bond film to be one of the finest in the suave British spy's 50 years on the screen.
Efforts to restore investor confidence in Greece's struggling economy took a double blow this week when a major European bottler and a prominent dairy company announced relocation plans.
The low-budget British aliens-invade-the-hood thriller “Attack the Block” reminded me of Rick's famous line in “Casablanca,” his reply when Major Strasser asks about how he'll feel with the Nazis in New York.
For a man basing his presidential hopes on a jobs-and-economy message, Mitt Romney has spent an inordinate amount of time on other issues, from abortion to the federal Medicare program to bad weather.
Michael Shannon plays a villain with “impulse-control issues” in the bike-courier thriller “Premium Rush.” Shannon fans will salivate at the thought of that. Nobody can turn on the “impulse-control” scary like Michael Shannon.