"Method Acting" originated in Russia, but it was adapted for American actors by a man named Lee Strasberg beginning in the 1920s. It's a performance style in which actors try to express true feelings to give a more honest performance. While we appreciate the integrity of a solid, deeply emotional performance, we worry that some actors might go too far.Read Full Story
In the new film Dear White People, Ivy League students of color sound off on what is and what isn't working in post-Obama America. Some of it will probably make you angry, but no doubt some of it will make you laugh.Read Full Story
We're all super excited to see the new Disney animated film, Big Hero 6. But now that we've seen the adorable trailer for the short film, Feast, which will play ahead of the feature, we'll make sure to get to the theater early so we don't miss it!Read Full Story
Never since John Hughes captured the American teenager so perfectly in his many films has a director brought the teen experience to the cinema as accurately as Jason Reitman has in Men, Women & Children. But we don't think John Hughes would be too happy with this unsettling portrait of the millennial generation.Read Full Story
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