Valentine's Day—clearly the most originally titled and themed film of the year—opens today, just in time for the holiday it steals its name from. With an all-star cast weaving in and out of each others' lives in LA, the film is pretty much what you'd expect it would be.
A review of two new exhibitions at the Carnegie Art Center in North Tonawanda.
Crazy Heart, with the award-winning performance of Jeff Bridges, opens today. Portraying a washed up drunk of a country singer, Bridges is as good as billed.
The Guns 'N Roses that came onstage at 10:25 p.m. in Hamilton was fighting fit. And as the opening riff of "Chinese Democracy" shot out of the speakers, it was hard not feel goosebumps—it felt like this was the ultimate rock show.
CBS Films' first foray in the feature film world, Extraordinary Measures, opens today. Based on the true story of one man's fight to save his children from Pompe disease, the movie follows his search for the cure.
Interesting concerts seem to come in pairs, and so it goes this weekend—Ronnie Spector at the Seneca Niagara Casino on Saturday (Jan. 23) and Guns N' Roses at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton on Sunday (Jan. 24).
Comets + Son + Thermidors = an incredible concert—tickets only $5—at Mohawk Place, this Saturday, January 23. And it's for a great cause: the Food Bank of WNY.
A group show you don't have to think about too much—just go, and enjoy.
Pedro Almodovar's newest film Broken Embraces opens this Friday, 1/15, in Buffalo. Like most of his oeuvre, this film deals with the tragic and complicated relationships of artists in Spain told through flashbacks and the director's flair for the melodramatic.
Michael Cera's newest film Youth in Revolt opens this Friday, 1/8, in Buffalo. Attempting to break from his typecast awkward teen schtick, Cera tries on a new persona of confident delinquency, adding some spice to his comedic repertoire.