Melanie Votaw reports on five documentaries highlighting environmentalists, California condors, the Middle East Stalemate, national parks, and urban farmers.
Paris Hilton tweeted from Cannes today, where she attended the premiere of “The Bling Ring,” the true-life story about the teens who burglarized her home.
Vera Marie Badertscher talks with 87-year-old Jane Withers, who discusses her days as a child star, discovering Rita Hayworth, and learning the ropes from director Harold Schuster.
It’s hard to imagine a more helpless situation than floating alone in space, but that’s what we get with “Gravity,” starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney.
New on Netflix this month: the Bluth family in “Arrested Development,” Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard in “Hit & Run,” and Joss Whedon’s “The Cabin in the Woods.”
Though Jane thinks “The Great Gatsby” is a little too long, that doesn’t detract from the splendor that is Baz Luhrmann and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Melanie Votaw talks with filmmakers K. Lorrel Manning and Michael Cuomo about their independent film, “Happy New Year,” about the plight of war veterans returning home with PTSD.
The Great Gatsby grabbed second place at the box office, but that’s not an epic fail. The F. Scott Fitzgerald adaptation debuted with $51.1 million behind Iron Man 3′s $72.5M.
Tony Stark is a responsible guy now, with a nice girlfriend, a cool pad, and all the cash you’d ever need. But his world is shattered by the terrorist Mandarin.
This week’s “Safe Haven” giveaway is a DVD/blu-ray combo of Nicholas Sparks goodness. If you love Sparks and his amazing way of weaving romantic tales, this one’s for you.