| Feb 6, 2015
| 6:03 PM
It happens nearly every year. If it’s Oscar season, you can pretty much bet an awards favorite or two will do something not-very-Oscar-y on our movie or TV screens, materializing in some pulpy/weird/mediocre piece of entertainment (usually...
| Feb 5, 2015
| 6:15 AM
Early in "Still Alice," Julianne Moore — as wife, mother and professor Alice Howland — faces a series of cognitive tests administered by her neurologist. She's begun forgetting things ranging from simple words to her location, and mistakenly...
| Feb 22, 2015
| 9:45 PM
List of winners at Sunday's 87th annual Academy Awards presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Best picture: "Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)."
Actor: Eddie Redmayne, "The Theory of Everything."
| Feb 21, 2015
| 5:11 PM
Seeing a winners' list that includes "Birdman," Michael Keaton, Julianne Moore, J.K. Simmons, Patricia Arquette and Richard Linklater, you might think you’re reading tomorrow’s news today.
That’s because this year’s 30th...
| Mar 11, 2015
| 8:12 PM
Filmmaker Richard Glatzer watched the Oscars this year from his room at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles with his husband, Wash Westmoreland. Too weak from a four-year battle with ALS to attend the ceremony, the two watched as Julianne Moore, the...
| Mar 12, 2015
| 11:30 AM
Richard Glatzer, the 63-year-old filmmaker who died Tuesday of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, is best known for co-writing and co-directing the drama "Still Alice" with his husband, Wash Westmoreland.
In making "Still Alice," the story of a brilliant...
| Mar 11, 2015
| 6:32 PM
Richard Glatzer, who co-wrote and directed the Alzheimer's drama "Still Alice" alongside his husband, Wash Westmoreland, while battling ALS, died Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 63.
Diagnosed in 2011 with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease, the pair...
| Mar 4, 2015
| 10:00 PM
Likely fascinating only to people who can’t believe celebrities get constipated too, “Maps to the Stars” attempts to cross-reference the perverse cultural jealousy that turns actors into icons with the reality that all humans are subject...
| Mar 5, 2015
| 7:59 AM
We have slithered through these hills and canyons many times before: Hollywood, with all its secrets, sometimes played for raunch, sometimes for bitter satire, sometimes for grave studies in human misbehavior.
David Cronenberg's "Maps to the Stars"...
| Feb 24, 2015
| 1:50 PM
For the 13 million women in the U.S. either suffering from Alzheimer's or providing care for those with the disease, Julianne Moore's Oscar-winning performance in the movie "Still Alice," is a victory for them too.
The movie follows the life of 50-year-...
| Feb 26, 2015
| 4:15 PM
In its own disturbing, slithery way, the train-wreck watchable melodrama "Maps to the Stars" is as much a horror show as any that the film's director, David Cronenberg, has helmed over his long and provocative career.
This is due, in no small part, to...