Actor, diabeetus spokesman and cockfighting enthusiast Wilford Brimley is selling his Wyoming Horse Ranch (despite the fact he’s very much still alive).
I review the 2008 movie “Strictly Sexual,” a romantic comedy directed by Joel Viertel and starring Amber Benson, Kristen Kerr, Johann Urb and Stevie Long.
James Gandolfini, the actor best-known for his Emmy Award-winning portrayal of mafia boss Tony Soprano on HBO’s “The Sopranos,” has died.
Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times, the first film critic to win a Pulitzer Prize, lost a long battle with cancer yesterday. My thoughts.
Carmine Infantino was best known for overhauling Batman in the 1960s and co-creating a revived Flash, ushering in the Silver Age of comics.
I love My Fellow Americans, a 1996 political movie starring James Garner and Jack Lemmon.