It is with great sadness that we report the loss of a beloved friend who has been an inspiration to many of us.
The world mourns the passing of Apple's longtime CEO. Why do I feel a sense of loss for a person I have never met?
...and what you need to know (starting with the fact 'Budweiser' is a German adjective describing something from the city of Budweis, located in the Czech Republic).
In a cinematic summer full of robots, pirates, superheroes, and boy wizards, there is the need for occasional counter-programming for adults. The Steve Carell comedy Crazy, Stupid, Love fits this bill rather perfectly.
The 2008 (and ongoing) financial crisis has found its way from Wall Street to the silver screen in the form of the excellent HBO movie Too Big to Fail, and in the compelling documentary, Inside Job.
So, the end of the world is postponed yet again. And given that it was never going to happen (not this weekend, at least), it makes you wonder why everybody was talking about it in the first place.
In this age of austerity, Jamie Oliver has blown all warnings into the wind in order to open his newest venture, Barbecoa, which probably means "Meat with a View" in some language.
Very recent history makes its way onto the big screen with The Social Network, documenting the birth of Facebook. Too soon? Not at all. Good? Too good to be true, in fact.
This week sees the release of the long-awaited sequel to Oliver Stone's 1987 classic, Wall Street. Do I really need to get my suspenders out?
It's not fear over my next bonus that keeps me up at night. It's what I am going to go when I hit 40.