This Week's Free Movies Have Spring-Like Feel
A number of retrospectives, festivals and movie marathons are just getting started, including series devoted to Charlie Chaplin and Jane Fonda at Silver Spring's AFI Silver Theater, as well as continuing retrospectives devoted to Steve Martin and Paul Newman.
Ditto: Pop-culture e-cards incorporate your fave movies
Sometimes "happy birthday" just isn't enough. While e-cards are certainly an easy way to cheer up a pal, it can be hard to find one with the right amount of pop-culture pizazz.
New Interview: Carl Reiner on 'Dick Van Dyke' Magic & The Secret to Comedy
The Dick Van Dyke Show set the bar for situational comedy during its run in the early '60s, and now 20 unforgettable episodes are featured in the brand-new DVD release The Dick Van Dyke Show: Classic Mary Tyler Moore Episodes , out today.
Carl Reiner has always been in on the gag
It's still the top priority for the Emmy Award-winning funny man who created the landmark CBS sitcom "The Dick Van Dyke Show," wrote and directed such comedy film favorites as 1970's "Where's Poppa?," 1977's "Oh, God!" and 1979's "The Jerk" and who, along with his lifetime friend Mel Brooks, performed the "2000 Year Old Man" routines.
On this Day in Movie History, March 20, 1922: Carl Reiner Born
On this day in 1922 Carl Reiner was born. Born in the Bronx, New York, he was the son of Bessie and Irving Reiner, who was a watchmaker.