Led by Madonna’s halftime act, this year’s telecast included something for everyone.
Long before it was named in a Supreme Court decision, the group was a conservative production house.
Ron Paul's message makes it onto the big screen.
The Supreme Court justice shows total disregard for the wisdom of the Founders.
Katherine Boo chronicles the intimate realities of poverty in an Indian slum.
Midnight in Paris is nothing more than a dilettante's guide to the City of Lights.
Parks and Recreation's once-funny and subversive lead character turns into an anti-feminist cliché.
The Oscars recognize women in non-traditional roles, but leave actors of color behind.
Downton Abbey gives the network a bona fide guilty pleasure.
The GOP front-runner finally gets in some digs at Newt Gingrich.
Luck, HBO’s horse-racing series, is about the other American pastime: gaming the system.
Are we "born that way"? Do we choose to be gay? Who cares?
Mimicking a familiar format, Alan Lightman's Mr. g fails to create a unique world.
The special treatment Beyoncé received when she gave birth may have made the headlines, but real economic injustice gets noticed far less often.
A longtime movie critic's departure from the Village Voice signals a changing cultural tide.