Who Will Win At The Tony Awards?It was a season on Broadway that was bursting — looking backward, to the future, shaking up old ideas and introducing some bright new stars. It will be the season of "Hamilton," but there was beautiful work all around.
Why Frank Langella Should Win The TonyFrank Langella is the kind of talent that transcends time. Here's a look at why he deserves to take home the Tony for his work this year.
Movie Review: 'Draft Day'<img src="http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/15116066/2014/04/22.jpg" align="right"/>The narrative is carefully structured to include an appropriate payoff, but along the way is feels strangely and surprisingly farfetched.
Movie Review: 'Noah'<img src="http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/15116066/2014/03/317.jpg" align="right"/>It’s a lead performance to crow about.
Movie Review: 'Muppets Most Wanted'<img src="http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/15116066/2014/03/313.jpg" align="right"/>Like its seven big-screen predecessors, this Muppets movie puts a wide smile on your face and leaves it there.
Movie Review: 'Robot & Frank'<img src="http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/15116066/2012/08/310.jpg" align="right"/>This is a science fiction comedy-drama/buddy caper flick set in the near future that might just steal your heart.
Movie Review: <em>Unknown</em>There are gaps in logic, farfetched absurdities, arbitrary red herrings, and other screenwriting shortcuts that reduce the film's impact by occasionally spilling right off the silliness scale.
<em>Home Video Report:</em> Wall Street, Mayberry, and HayworthWhile there are still a few days remaining in the old year, our next-to-last glance of video notices for 2010 is a reminder of a somewhat unusual development.