Battle of wills in 'Cuckoo's Nest' at Laurel Mill
'Fargo' recap: A trip to Los Angeles offers vacation from show's formula
'Gotham' midseason premiere recap: Penguin's downfall begins
'The Voice' recap: Episode 5
Our 10th annual fake Oscars
Diner, New Year's Eve, Senior Cut Day, The Sitter, Tin Men, and The Wild Child
'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' recap: 'Frank's Brother'
'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' recap: 'Frank's Pretty Woman'
Werner's serves up its last lunch Friday
Werner's restaurant closing tomorrow
Maryland Jockey Club bets on tweeting centaur to attract young to Preakness InfieldFEST
Remembering Capt. Lou Albano
Philly Flower Show finds its inner Italian
PEOPLE & ENTERTAINMENT
'Seabiscuit' rides again in Little Italy
To O'Donnell: Think first, then shoot
Some film imitations aren't all that flattering
film openings Wednesday
Celebrities lend faces to ads in higher campaign profile
'Romancing the Stone' was great escapist fun
GARDEN VARIETY Jaunty 'Rainmaker'; Review: Movie is the best yet of a John Grisham novel, thanks partly to the lawyer jokes.
Glam Noir Hollywood in the good old days -- corrupt, sleazy and brutal -- never looked better than in the film 'L.A. Confidential.'
A Mighty Good Time Review: In 'Hercules,' ancient Greek gods and modern media gods conspire to entertain grown-ups and delight the kids.
Unreeling in the next few months Previews: Coming soon are "Marvin's Room," "Return of the Jedi" and a rerelease of John Waters' "Pink Flamingos." Save room for popcorn.
'Mars Attacks!' crashes to earth
'Space' between the ears Review: Air-headed 'Jam,' with ++ Jordan, Bugs & Co., leaves you Looney.
'Matilda,' 'Harriet' refuse to play by Hollywood's rules
DeVito's nasty habit Film: Actor saves the sweetness-and-light stuff for play time. On the set, he works hard at, and revels in, being a creep.
The bad and the ugly are good Review: In 'Matilda,' two mean-spirited talents create a delightfully vicious movie. But Danny DeVito -- nasty, brutish and short -- lets his ego get in the way.
Maria D. Velleggia, 89, founded restaurant in Little Italy with husband
The tried is true for outdoor comfort
With government closed, why is this man laughing?
Lone Shark Big fish Travolta eats 'Get Shorty' role for lunch. As a merry thug, he keeps the film afloat.
Film fare offers the best options tonight
Long shot for 'Hoop': fixing Oscar nominating process
Demi Moore discloses all, again, on Rolling Stone
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Schwarzenegger delivers goods in 'Junior' JUST FOR LAUGHS
It's De Niro as Frankenstein, and, yes . . . Freddy's back FRIGHTS OF FANCY
When big names make bad movies
OBRYCKI'S OVER THE YEARS
Director's made most of her second career and refuses to let up PENNY MARSHALL ALL SHE CAN BE
For an Army film, 'Renaissance Man' is totally lacking in discipline