Long before Lindsay Lohan, Drew Barrymore, and Macaulay Culkin, there was Shirley Temple. The child star started her film career during the Great Depression. Often portraying a plucky orphan who remains cheerful in dire circumstances, the pint-sized talent sang her way into the hearts of the world. ... More >>
Adam Sandler is successful because he's lazy.
South Florida is littered with washed-up celebrities, from Vanilla Ice to Donald Trump. And while it's easy to riff on these past-their-prime peddlers of spectacle, they at least possess a modicum of some redeeming quality. In other words, they're not total failures. But the newest edition ... More >>
LMFAO is tacky, fratty, loud, goofy, and stupid. That's not the biggest bad of the dance-party duo. Their worst quality is that they're a group that is tacky, fratty, goofy, and stupid that performs for audiences of babies. This past year, three concerts in particular exemplified the phenomenon o ... More >>
We're just not that into He's Just Not That Into You.
A look back at the year's best, worst, and most interesting films
Movie mogul taps into his inner child
Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore do not make sweet, sweet music
Doing a little maintenance around here. On the Pulp's right-hand side over there, you'll see that I've finally added two new publications under the "Newspapers" heading. The first is Category305, an online newspaper started by former Miami New Timesers Rebecca Wakefield and Celeste Delgado. Go there ... More >>
Nikolai Fraiture says his band has changed. What's he talkin' 'bout?
Curious George is so timeless, you might wish it were more timely
The Truth is, Egoyan's latest is B-movie noir, with killer performances
The Farrelly brothers swing straight and hit the sweet spot
50 First Dates is a patchy toss-off strictly for Sandler fans
Looking for fun? Crush will leave you blue
Record companies haven't made life any easier for Jimmy Eat World
Why the best teen movie of the year, based on a beloved novel, won't be in theaters
With clipped wings Charlie's Angels fly way too low to the ground