Martin Scorsese's 'Raging Bull' isn't a boxing movie, it's a movie about a boxer – one whose greatest fights were against himself. With the passing of Jake LaMotta, we look back at the biopic that turned his life into a classic film.
Milos Forman's adaptation of Ken Kesey's novel 'One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest' is, in some ways, the essential film document about the 1960s counter-culture.
Perhaps after the biopic of the young Indian mathematician makes its way to theaters, he'll take his place next to history's greatest minds.
Director Kent Jones' 'Hitchcock/Truffaut' is like an entire semester of film school dumped in your lap. And it is absolutely terrific.
The Kray twins biopic follows the rise and fall of two of London's most notorious gangsters.
'Pee-wee's Big Adventure' turns the big 3-0 this week. Ha! Ha!
Thirty five years? Surely you can't be serious? We are serious. And don't call us Shirley.
Few were dressed in Star Wars costumes at the George Lucas/Stephen Colbert event, but there were one or two lightsabers in hand...
The former Congressman had a few (well, many) frank words on Clinton's bid for the presidency and how the Republicans are behind the times on gay issues.
Our Women's History Month continues with a snapshot into the career of the first female to win an Oscar for Best Director: Kathryn Bigelow.
Chatting about her career, her personal life, and poking fun at controversial subjects, Wanda Sykes did not disappoint at 92Y.
"Unbroken," the blockbuster biopic directed by Angelina Jolie about the incredible life of Olympic athlete and World War II hero Louis Zamperini opens on Christmas. We got glimpse into the real Zamperini from two of the people who knew him best - his children.
The scientist's talk at NYC's 92Y touched upon serious subjects but remained lively, entertaining and, at times, personal. Since we didn't see you there, we'll do you the service of running down the "Six Cool Facts We Learned From Bill Nye the Science Guy."
The new animated movie, produced by and featuring the voice of Salma Hayek, gives both kids and adults some enlightened food for thought.