Baby-Men Having Babies
Matt Damon and John Krasinski pit big business against small-town environmentalists in this hard-sell film
Hollywood still obsessed with school shooting 13 years later
Which movies got you the most for your money in '08?
Hou Hsiao-hsien's tale of a lonely mother and son takes flight
A masterful work on a shoestring budget
Joy Division portrait proves the exception to the rock biopic drool
The Coen brothers, Gus Van Sant, Michael Moore, and Leonardo DiCaprio colonized screens at the French film fest
'Fast Food Nation' may turn you off burgers for good
'Old Joy' finds hope within a dying tradition
'The Real World' is no place for an artist like William Eggleston
The tortured artist abuses his privilege in Sound Unseen's painful docs
Gus Van Sant shuffles past his subject's greatest hits
'Last Days' wanders the woods of grunge
Competition was brutal at the world's most cutthroat film festival
Nicole Kidman advertises herself in 'Birth'
IMAX discovers life on 'Mars'
Hughes kisses the devil, Wainwright flirts with activism, and Houston makes out all right
The world makes out all right at the International Film Festival
Asia Argento--daughter of Dario--does her daddy proud
Four critics pick 40 or so favorites--and fail to agree on a single one
The Steadicam goes on a rampage in 'Elephant'
Jack Black touches kids' souls, Martina McBride touches a nerve, and Kobe Bryant touches the ladies
'Elephant' takes on the full weight of tragedy
There's plenty to love at the LGBT film festival
In the documentary masterworks of Frederick Wiseman, ordinary people do battle with institutions--and the poetic tussles with the real
Nonfiction writes the prescription in Toronto
Rancorous "Anti-Americanism" reigns at the 56th Cannes Film Festival
Gus Van Sant goes his own way with a stark survival drama
The naked truth about putting together a regional showcase like the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival. And a revealing body of blurbs about the best and the not-best of the fest.
Seeking Signs of Civilization--and Artistic Sustenance--at the Sundance Film Festival
The money swapping was typically dubious. The movies were surprisingly bold. A story treatment from Hollywood's mountain outpost, Sundance 2001.
The Gift finds director Sam Raimi skimping on paper
Finding Forrester's director used to make art--now he uses art to justify fluff
This year's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Film Festival finds new queer cinema yearning to forget its affair with Hollywood
Master of perversity Gregg Araki looks for the right angle on boy-girl sex
A stinging beauty-pageant satire set in Minnesota wins no prizes for congeniality
Gallo Humor: The actor-writer-director of Buffalo '66, Vincent Gallo.
On the Straight and Narrow: Matt Damon and Robin Williams in Good Will Hunting.
In a pair of wretched new titles, Oliver Stone and Gus Van Sant show off their bookish sides--and it ain't pretty.