David O. Russell’s “American Hustle” won the Screen Actors Guild award for outstanding cast, setting up the con-artist comedy as the film to beat at the Academy Awards.
The 1964 Disney classic “Mary Poppins” might seem to have little in common with Quentin Tarantino’s violent “Pulp Fiction?” Bot both are among 25 films selected for preservation at the Library of Congress.
A high school basketball coach who resigned over his acting role in a film some describe as vulgar and sexually explicit has been reinstated.
Parents in a wealthy Connecticut suburb are rallying around a high school basketball coach who resigned after school officials confronted him about his acting role in a film some describe as vulgar and sexually explicit.
Connecticut’s independent movie houses offer high entertainment value and low ticket prices.
By Dani Frank Working for the weekend will give you the motivation to push through to Friday, but a mid-week treat can’t hurt either. A reward for working a double shift or getting positive feedback […]
The Enfield Public Library and town officials have reached a compromise that will allow a screening of the Michael Moore documentary “Sicko” about the American health care system.
Cancellation of a planned screening of the film “Sicko,” on the American health care system, has prompted charges of censorship in Enfield.