Clearly, Crowe subscribes to the 'underpromise and overdeliver' theory.
Sorry, Michael Phelps — maybe next year.
From Sarah Palin impressions to people jizzing in their pants, the most memorable moments from a seminal season.
One can never really appreciate the full extent of a thespian's talents until he acts shirtless.
'Adventureland,' out this week, is but the latest entry in the 'One Crazy Summer' movie genre — films taking place over a single, wild June–September season.
Something about a guy killing another guy at the behest of another guy sets filmmakers' imaginations racing in a way that few other narrative devices can.
Which self-help guides, social-philosophy manuals, or Business 2.0 bibles might provide premises for Barrymore's upcoming romantic comedies?
We did the research and have now untangled ourselves long enough from a fetal position on our sweat-soaked couch to bring you our findings.
Our second-annual list of the best in black-market rap, all free for download!
'The Wrestler' is the first role to fully exploit the gruesomeness of Rourke's real-life appearance.
It isn't hard to figure out which record albums in 'Rolling Stone''s year-end Top 50 were Jann Wenner's picks, but we'll point them out anyway.
And you thought people loved 'The Dark Knight'?
Far and away, the year's most bizarre top-ten inclusion yet.
Until Dubya headlines his own torture-porn horror franchise (hey, it could happen), Richard Milhous Nixon will still be the nation's favorite movie president.
The movie's more exciting, more fun, and way less annoying than Stephenie Meyer's gazillion-selling blockbuster.
With the release of Kanye West's Auto-Tune album rapidly approaching, we've taken a look back at ten memorably off-key performances.
They give us hope that our golden years might offer something a little livelier than sponging off our children and clucking over our empty 401(k).
Six DVDs we imagine are playing on repeat on the Straight Talk Express' wide-screen TV — and what John McCain can learn from them.
Sure, it's easy to rattle off the must-haves for a collection — but how about the stuff that makes your collection actually cool?
You know the type: Over the course of one incredible evening, our heroes will drive around, find adventure, listen to some tunes, and maybe — just maybe — fall in love.
From Tim Robbins to Michael Moore to Steven Seagal, the movies that would make Karl Marx vote McCain.
Where does 'Burn After Reading' fall on the register of the Coens' comedies of buffoonery?
See ten scenes even hotter than the much-discussed non-threesome.
Amy Winehouse is mad her Bond theme lost out to Jack White's. Vulture counts down five good ones that were also nixed.
Obviously Joyce Carol Oates novels and Ryan Adams albums — but what else?