His aging gangster in crime-comedy is a long way from Michael Corleone
A brief history of movie characters getting whacked in the balls
Both animated and live-action short films show off visual splendor in small packages
Ah, New Year's Eve. The biggest party night of the year -- and arguably the biggest headache. So many spots, so little time. Planning your NYE is on the same level as devising a tactical strategy for tax evasion or creating a really sick Halloween costume. How can you guarantee you won't end up in s ... More >>
Studio films "just aren't for me—comic book characters, video games, idiotic rom-coms," the director says.
Harry Potter, Cars 2, and more
Gimme Noise gave up watching Hollywood movie awards ceremonies some time back, and Al Pacino is one of the reasons why. Al Pacino is awesome, but these days, Al Pacino is also old, out-of-sorts, bedraggled, confused. Spiffed and tailored and rattily tuxed, Al Pacino isn't aware that even though n ... More >>
Dinner for Schmucks opened this week to decent reviews and big box office, and while it may not quite have the make of a classic, it did get us thinking about other movies meals--namely, the most famous film scenes in which food played a role. Here are 10 memorable food scenes from major film ... More >>
Bruce Willis, Tracy Morgan, and Jason Lee star
Rourke gets back in the ring with The Wrestler
Motivational speaker Russell Simon made a career out of imploring teens to steer clear of drugs and alcohol. So why did he go on a drunken, meth-fueled rampage?
The "thriller" counts down to ludicrous
The True Hollywood Story of A Band Apart Co-Founder Michael Bodnarchek
Your guide to the season's hottest films (and the other ones, too)
Immigrant dreams, dirty dancing, and the revolution: Meet the new Latin hip hop of Maria Isa and Danny y Elliot
'Tristram Shandy' celebrates Post-Mod before the Mod
Reeling from holiday fare, a movie reviewer goes head to head with his id
Iraq. SARS. Jay Leno, Still on television practically every night. Yeah, 2003 was about as much fun as a social disease.
The new 'People I Know' is so old-fashioned it's already gone
Starting gate productions gets stuck on the '80s
Film as a weapon in a time of war: Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival coverage.
'The Seagull' and 'Tick, Tick...Boom!' examine the art of being an artist
Fear is the driving force at this year's Sundance Film Festival
In a 29-film series, Oak Street Cinema puts Hollywood's most complicated decade, the Seventies, onscreen
The new Shaft signs on to do the mayor's dirty work