by Mike Ryan
Curiously absent from the Oscar discussion so far this season is a small film, with a largely unknown cast, that tackles the complexities of aging perhaps better than any other film that I've ever seen. Inexplicably marketed by...
by Christopher Rosen
Do you think Garry Marshall looked at his casting sheet for the upcoming romcom 'New Year's Eve' when it was at 17 names and thought, "Need one more movie star! Get me Til Schweiger"? Let's imagine he did, and watch the full...
by Peter Hall
- Just a heads up: 'Back to the Future: The Game,' developed by the great Telltale Games, will be released for PC and Mac on December 22nd. - Bret McKenzie, one half of 'Flight of the Conchords,' is serving as the music...
by Harley W. Lond
Garry Marshall has created a new twist on ensemble movies: He's decided to corner the market on holiday-themed films. Earlier this year he directed the highly successful 'Valentine's Day' romantic comedy of intertwining...
by Scott Harris
When fans of classic television think of the beloved sitcom 'Laverne & Shirley,' certain things immediately come to mind: the Yiddish hopscotch sequence from the opening credits; Laverne's signature beverage, the always...
The career of producer/director Garry Marshall has been marked by many peaks, the highest of which include such classic television sitcoms as The Odd Couple (1970-1975), Happy Days (1974-1984), and Mork and Mindy (1978-1982), and the phenomenally ... Read Full Biography