Nobody's asking you to cry for the wealthy, but being rich isn't exactly how you've been picturing it.
While Hollywood loves to butcher source materials, sometimes it's for the good.
I've been thinking a lot about monkeys lately and what they mean to the progress of film.
After hearing these conventions are a great place to score drugs, I spent three days hanging with furries.
Movies have a tendency to shatter their own realities by having every character ignore the most obvious solutions to their problems.
Some weeks the news plays like an episode of 'Lost' -- and not that first season where it sorta made sense.
For the adventurous amongst us (or those just wanting a few more Instagram followers), there are still spots of unspoiled nature that few civilized feet have ever touched.
It's time for the Superhero Actor Battle Royale.
This week in pop culture: can the dude who created 'Lost' make 'Watchmen' watchable? And also we discuss the depressing thought that 'Star Wars' peaked in the '80s.
Believe it or not, the idea of the summer break wasn't invented until very recently.
Some fan theories are like the cherry on top of the sundae, only you got this cherry from a random stranger you met on the internet.
There are endless studies conducted about sex, that answer a whole bunch of questions you never even realized you had.
Some incredibly successful people can only get work done under conditions so bizarre or idiotic that anyone else would be driven insane within minutes.
No doubt, Sean Spicer's six-month performance will become a cult classic.
Why does nobody seem to care that the dad just brought home a previously undiscovered species of goblin-animal?
Let's face it, the Automation Armageddon is upon us. And you're going to have to make yourself useful to the industries that still need brain flesh to function.