The historical footage in the film creates one of those experiences from which you’d like to look away, but can’t.
The legendary feud between two of the biggest stars of Hollywood's Golden Age is hilariously recreated by an on-point cast.
DOMA's competent ensemble does better by Jason Robert Brown's clichéd musical revue than it deserves.
An in-depth, feminist point of view addresses important questions about the role of women in both the Church and Hollywood.
The L.A. Complex is a Canadian series that's too good for the CW, but will appeal to the network's audience.
A Hollywood screenwriter gets his big break when one of his scripts is bought for TV and hailed as ingenious.
Family secrets and long-buried resentments explode in Paul Elliott's multi-generational drama at the Lillian Theatre in Hollywood.
The multiple-award winning musical spoof returns to Los Angeles for a run at Trepany House at the Steve Allen Theater.
Film Noir: The Directors is a thorough and fascinating look at the work of some great directors and great films.
Lust, blackmail, and revenge among Hollywood's elite.