Why Millions of Fans Have Felt a Great Disturbance in the Force
The second installment makes up for its predecessor's failings
Ben Affleck's return holds out hope for classic Hollywood
Red Tails, This Is Forty, and more
Comic purists may be disappointed with the liberties
Terrence Malick's film remembers childlike ideas of God
The only way to handle this terrible experience is at the BLB, double-fisting Surly.
If you've got more money than sense, you might consider picking up one of these.
For once, this season's movies don't ask you to check your brains at the door
Its very own temple of doom, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull digs Indy into a deep hole
A super Star Wars parody tops this week's pop culture picks
Your guide to the season's hottest films (and the other ones, too)
Spotlight: Hamlet meets Star Wars at Hennepin Stages
Extreme landscapes engulf eco-warriors in Chinese adventure saga
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Agent Mulder the next Incredible Hulk, the Catholic Church rejects intelligent design, Trogdor's birthday, Hasselhoff sucking, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
John Berkey paints the universe
Hollywood's trilogy of terror frightened the blockbuster into art
Thirty summers after Jaws attacked intelligent filmmaking, the question remains: Why are the movies so bad? A search for answers with David Thomson
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George Lucas gets his 'Revenge' in Cannes
Darkness finally falls on the 'Star Wars' saga
Myth and life and the dark side
Is it just us, or does the new Star Wars movie sound like even more of a celluloid stinker than the last two? The first clue: George Lucas is calling the latest installment (out May 11) a "real tearjerker." The second: He claims it's "Titanic in space." (Cue foghorn.) From a studio perspective, comb ... More >>
'The Return of the King' ushers in a fellowship of friendsters
The coolest toys of the 1970s return to our universe
Martin Scorsese looks back at the big apple's rotten core in 'Gangs of New York'
George Lucas sends another 'Star Wars' hurtling down the track
It's Only the Blood of Brothers That Flows Through Tolkien's Episode I
George Lucas resurrects his sacred franchise by Force in Star Wars: Episode I--The Phantom Menace