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Packers vs. 49ers: Who has the better famous fans?

Published Jan. 18, 2020

There's been a lot to discuss, debate and analyze in the lead-up to the massive Packers-Niners clash on Sunday. But what about the most important question: Who's got the better famous fans?


Packers vs. Falcons: Who has the better celebrity fans?

Published Jan. 18, 2017

The Packers will face the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday in the NFC Championship game, and while you can find plenty of analysis breaking down the two MVP-caliber quarterbacks and more, we're asking the hard question: Which team has the best celeb fans?


Predicting the film winners and losers at the 2017 Golden Globes

Published Jan. 7, 2017

Will "La La Land" dance onto the Golden Globes stage several times Sunday night? Will the clock strike midnight on "Moonlight" and its awards season run? Pop culture editor Matt Mueller makes his predictions for Sunday night's show.


Ryan Reynolds' immortality thriller "Self/Less" is disappointingly soul/less

Published July 19, 2015

Tarsem Singh is a man who spent about four years and much of his own money traveling the globe's most outrageously beautiful locales in order to make his magnum opus "The Fall." So how'd he end up standing behind the camera of "Self/Less," an utterly anonymous and impact-free immortality action-thriller that - much like the fresh if not quite new bodies being peddled in the film - seems "alive only in the most basic sense"?


Luster-free "Woman in Gold" is middlebrow at its most middling

Published June 2, 2015

It may seem a little cynical to toss "Woman in Gold" aside as simply the formula of another successful movie, but considering the textureless and uninvolving results, that's exactly all that it plays like: a paint by number kit where all of the numbers correspond with shades of beige.


"Turbo" doesn't put the pedal to the creative metal

Published July 17, 2013

If "Turbo," Dreamworks' latest animated feature, was looking for another five-letter word to call itself, "Bland" would be an accurate option (if not exactly one that would please the marketing guys). Nothing about "Turbo" is particularly bad or harmful, but nothing about it is particularly interesting, emotional or even simply all that funny either.


"The Croods" a rock solid animated adventure for all ages

Published March 25, 2013

"The Croods," the latest animated picture to come out of Dreamworks, follows a formula pretty closely. Yet somehow, the movie finds new nuances, angles, jokes and emotional notes, and mixes those with the kind of beautiful, lush, colorful and imaginative cartoon worlds you would expect from a high-end animated picture. It results in easily the studio's best film since 2010's "How to Train Your Dragon."


Stay home and wait for "Safe House"

Published Feb. 10, 2012

Action fans looking for an escape from all the niceties this semi-Valentine's weekend will find adequate diversion with "Safe House," which opens today. Alternatively, you can rent the Bourne trilogy, triple your distraction time and get pretty much the same thing.


OnMedia: How was the film festival for you?

Published Oct. 4, 2010

The 11-day Milwaukee Film Festival is history. How was your experience? ... Cancellations shuffle the TV schedule ... Dish Network subscribers lose some Fox-owned channels in a contract dispute.


"Smokin' Aces" more like a pack of jokers

Published Jan. 29, 2007

If movies were allowed an entire report card, "Smokin' Aces" should get an A for effort, but as for the rest of the grades, it would level out around the C- to D+ range.