The writer of Crash brings a puzzle-piece plot back to the big screen, but it's not much fun
Wes Anderson’s moving elegy for his teensy world
Wes Anderson's latest premieres at the Berlin Film Festival.
Films to look for in the coming year, from blockbusters to indie flicks
Get Him to the GreekGet Him to the Greek is a mess as a movie--but that doesn't mean it isn't funny. Besides Russell Brand's new film, your best bet might be a movie made in 1927--the newly restored classic Metropolis, in a weeklong run at the Lagoon. OPENING SEE: Get Him to the Greek Jonah ... More >>
Wes Anderson's Road-Trip Tale of Brotherly Love Stings with the Depth (Yes, Depth) of His Whimsy
British DJ shakes the foundation
Showbiz noir investigates TV Superman's real-life tragedy
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'King Kong' scales new heights for a blockbuster--and falls hard
'The Jacket' draws a line in the sands of time
Flunking rehab, robbing bandmates, pulling a Courtney Love: The Libertines return
A 12-film series, "Cinema of Claustrophobia," gives us the real Polanski
Once is never enough: Try another tryst with world cinema in week two of the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival
Two American indie films, Broken Vessels and Restaurant, show adults behaving badly
Director Spike Lee makes the headlines by taking the tabloid approach to his disco-era thriller Summer of Sam