Or: The Girl Whose Story We Cannot Follow
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A super Star Wars parody tops this week's pop culture picks
By Our Critics
The True Hollywood Story of A Band Apart Co-Founder Michael Bodnarchek
This year's Cannes Film Festival offered treasures from Russia, Mexico, Romania, and China
Jet-setting Cruise gives us a beating in 'M:i:III'
My adventures (so far) in the screenwriting trade
Thirty summers after Jaws attacked intelligent filmmaking, the question remains: Why are the movies so bad? A search for answers with David Thomson
'Full Frontal' teases us with promises of sex, lies, and videotape
'Minority Report' finds Spielberg dressed up with nowhere to go
David Fincher's big-budget Panic Room takes too few risks
Donnie Darko pumps up the volume of Reagan/Bush-era angst
'Black Hawk Down' Gets in and out of Somalia With No Questions Asked
Drummer JT Bates and his Fat Kid Wednesdays make a weighty impression on the local improv-jazz scene
Willem Dafoe plays a ghoul playing a ghoul in Shadow of the Vampire
The Cell gets inside the mind of its genre
Veteran filmmaker John Frankenheimer proudly defines himself as more craftsman than creator
1999 brought a cinematic bounty to the art house and the multiplex alike
Krzysztof Kieslowski's The Decalogue is a must-see epic of moral dilemmas
Cloud 9 sexes God, queen, and country; The Tomorrow Project creeps in its petty pace
Lynda Barry's novel Cruddy illustrates the woe of the wonder years
David Fincher's Fight Club turns macho discontentment into the ultimate dick flick
Dreaming in Metaphors: Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) lies on a bed of Others in Alien Resurrection.