NEW YORK--The General Lee has been recalled.
TV Land has dropped reruns of "The Dukes of Hazzard" from its schedule, the network confirmed Wednesday.
"The Dukes of Hazzard" aired on CBS from 1979 to 1985. It starred John Schneider and Tom Wopat as Bo and Luke Duke, troublemaking brothers in fictional Hazzard County, Ga. Their 1969 Dodge ...Read more
"La petite mort," the French call it -- "the little death." What a colorful and delicate way to describe an orgasm.
But "delicate" isn't the first word that leaps to mind with the Australian sex comedy that takes its name from that turn of phrase. "The Little Death" is a broad, goofy primer on the not-quite-cutting-edge of consensual adult ...Read more
Though the character is now part of the pop-cultural firmament and Arnold Schwarzenegger's signature role, anyone who could travel back in time to just before the release of "The Terminator" in 1984 would know it as a modestly budgeted, little anticipated sci-fi action film. The film was driven to heights of greatness by the cyber-punk ...Read more
As a female moviegoer, I'm used to assuming that most studio films aren't for me.
There are often clues in the previews to help me steer clear, like the slow-motion shot of a Victoria's Secret model running from danger (I'm not supposed to root for the skyscraper to fall on her, I have learned). So when someone actually tries to make a studio ...Read more
CHICAGO -- When the Grateful Dead's long, strange trip comes to an end this weekend with a series of farewell concerts at Soldier Field in Chicago, it will give devoted fans one last chance to commune with the band in a sea of tie-dyed glory.
Some specialty retailers are already seeing sky-high sales as Deadheads converge on the city and gear ...Read more
Macy's is joining the line of companies cutting ties with Donald Trump over the real estate mogul's comments about Mexican immigrants.
In this case, it's neckties. The retailer has marketed a line of menswear with the Trump label since 2004. But in a statement issued Wednesday, Macy's said it was "disappointed and distressed" over Trump's June ...Read more
"Old, but not obsolete."
That's the refrain a graying, creaky Arnold Schwarzenegger repeats throughout the new "Terminator" film, attempting to reassure his comrades that, though his machinery has aged, he can still get the job done.
The 67-year-old is seeking to disprove similar doubts after suffering a string of box-office flops following ...Read more
Early on in "Magic Mike XXL," a movie that is exactly what you expect it might be but with less nudity (sorry, thought I'd better get that out of the way), Mike (Channing Tatum) performs an irresistible welding moonwalk. He is now, as he dreamed of being back in the innocent days of "Magic Mike," a designer of fairly hideous-looking furniture, ...Read more
A Woman to BlameVincent Panettiere
A thoroughbred race horse collapses and dies after finishing last in a race he was favored to win. Hours later the stallion's trainer, a young woman with a promising career, is found dead on a suburban Chicago beach. The police draw a facile solution - murder-suicide. A woman to blame? Mike ...
Early in his career, Lance Henriksen worked for six months with influential French filmmaker Francois Truffaut when both men acted in director Steven Spielberg's classic 1977 sci-fi fantasy, "Close Encounters of the Third Kind."
Henriksen played Robert, the assistant of Truffaut's inquisitive French scientist Dr. Lacombe.
Nearly four decades ...Read more
As the senior Muslim correspondent on Jon Stewart's "Daily Show," actor Aasif Mandvi parodied some of the media's most absurd notions about Islam, the Middle East and essentially any brown culture that qualified as "foreign."
While "reporting" on a puzzling amendment in Alabama to ban sharia law, he said: "Anyone could see how easily we could ...Read more
Alison Faulk is the lucky woman who made the moves for the hunks of "Magic Mike XXL," the second Channing Tatum film about the trials and triumphs of male strippers, inspired by Tatum's own bump and grind time in Tampa, Fla. The film, now in theaters, also stars Joe Manganiello, Matt Bomer and Jada Pinkett-Smith. Faulk, who choreographed the ...Read more
How is "Terminator Genisys" different from Elon Musk's rocket? At least the rocket got off the ground before exploding.
James Cameron's two original "Terminator" blockbusters are authentic pop art masterworks. Stunningly visualized, memorably cast and crammed with nightmarish sci-fi noir, they were work by a director in rapturous love with the ...Read more
The Top 10 DVD rentals at Redbox kiosks for June 22-28:
1. American Sniper -- Warner
2. Chappie -- Sony
3. The Loft -- Universal
4. Survivor -- Alchemy
5. Black or White -- Fox
6. The DUFF -- Lions Gate
7. Fifty Shades of Grey -- Universal
8. SpongeBob: Sponge Out of Water -- Paramount
9. The Boy Next Door -- Universal
10. The Forger (...Read more
Ratings by the Motion Picture Association of America are: (G) for general audiences; (PG) parental guidance urged because of material possibly unsuitable for children; (PG-13) parents are strongly cautioned to give guidance for attendance of children younger than 13; (R) restricted, younger than 17 admitted only with parent or adult guardian; (...Read more
On his third album, "Wildheart" (ByStorm/RCA), Miguel Pimental turns to Los Angeles as his muse. It's a place where everything seems possible and also a destination where dreams go to die. Miguel's narrators negotiate the space between, in the same way that he's striving to carve out a career in R&B that feeds ...Read more
Humanity gets a do-over in "Terminator Genisys," the fifth in the franchise begun in 1984 with "The Terminator." But this screwy revision of the previous "Terminator" movies is so muddled and yakky, you may find yourself rooting for the apocalypse. At one point Arnold Schwarzenegger is thrown through a wall into a Pepsi Max vending machine (if ...Read more
James Cameron's 1984 science fiction classic, "The Terminator," blended the perfect touches of comedy, action and characters to become one of the best offerings in the genre. It not only solidified Arnold Schwarzenegger as one of the top action film stars on the planet; it also spawned sequels, a TV show, books and lines of toys.
It would seem ...Read more
"Faith of Our Fathers," the latest offering in the growing faith-based film market, gets high points for good intentions but loses most of them for execution. The writers got so wrapped up in the spiritual aspects of the story that the mechanics fall apart.
The story of two strangers united by their efforts to learn more about their fathers ...Read more
NEW YORK -- Donald Trump made good on his promise to sue Spanish-language broadcaster Univision over its decision to scrap plans to air the Miss Universe pageant on July 12.
In a suit filed Tuesday in New York State Supreme Court, Trump said Univision breached its contract with the Miss Universe pageant, of which he owns 49 percent, and called ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner have split, the couple announced Tuesday, confirming rumors that had bubbled up in earnest about a month ago.
"After much thought and careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to divorce," the couple said in a joint statement, which they said would be their final comment on the "...Read more
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