Throughout December, several theaters in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens show classic and contemporary holiday movies, perfect to get you in the holiday spirit after a long day of shopping or tree-trimming. Here’s the best of what’s playing.
A Queens parking lot has been turned into a pop-up drive-in theater. Friday night was opening night at the Empire Drive-In.
Simply put, dinner and a movie make a classic combination, like Bert and Ernie or peanut butter and chocolate. These bars, restaurants, and theaters modernize the concept, making for a fun, all-in-one adventure.
The actor has made a career out of great supporting roles, from ‘Babe’ to ‘The Sum Of All Fears,’ to ‘The Artist.’ Now he’s starring as a man fighting authority in the new film, ‘Still Mine,’ which hits theaters in New York on July 19.
Movie theaters may be the only place that you could find people carrying sweatshirts and jackets on Saturday, but for some viewers the ending credits came too soon.
From celebrations of hip hop to performances of modern dance to the dulcet strains of emo pop, New York’s plethora of summer festivals meet just about every need and satisfy just about every taste.
Outdoor movies are a New York City tradition when the warm weather hits. Spend those summer evenings under the stars, watching both new flicks and classic films.
Let it rain! Here are six great ways to pass the time during a rainy day.
Which production should win the Tony Award for Best Musical? Cast your vote in the CBS New York Tonys Fan Poll!
Ever since “Chicago” won the Best Picture Oscar in 2003, Hollywood seems to be going back to Broadway for its material, like it did back in the ’50s and ’60s.
You know him from Cloud Atlas and Across The Universe — now Jim Sturgess sits down on The Couch to talk about his new movie Upside Down.
A poised, smiling Anne Hathaway accepted the Academy Award For Best Supporting Actress on Sunday night for her role in Les Miserables. Christoph Waltz earned his second supporting-actor Oscar for “Django Unchained.”
There is some major drama surrounding the Academy Awards on Sunday night. The Couch called in Rolling Stone critic Peter Travers to share his Oscar predictions in the major categories.
From Ben Affleck’s big win to Jodie Foster’s awkward speech, the Golden Globes left us with plenty to discuss, including Lena Dunham’s award and Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s job as hosts.