Rom-coms used to be a cash cow -- and wildly popular with audiences. What happened?
Playing evil is more fun than playing good anyway, right?
Complex story and effects trump a charming cast
A mediocre movie also featuring Julia Roberts
Harry Potter, Cars 2, and more
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Garry Marshall's foray into cupid's holiday is a total pass
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An interview with the comedy curators of horrible (and hilarious) VHS castoffs.
One writer's tale of life as a "worm mother"
A surprisingly expert light touch guides the audience around each twist and turn
Air conditioning helps as sequels and remakes compete for your summer movie dollar
The pictures may be talking, but they're not speaking our language
TV makes a sport out of tormenting the homely and insecure
Pups nipping at Julia's heels show their teeth in 'Smile'
Pre-Columbian, super-authentic Mexican where eat street meets downtown
Explaining a "surprise" indie hit's big fat box-office haul
'Full Frontal' teases us with promises of sex, lies, and videotape
Steven Soderbergh Pumps Up the Volume of Stars in 'Ocean's Eleven'
Director Garry Marshall reapplies Pretty Woman's gloss on girls
In America's Sweethearts, stars play stars playing stars--and so what?
America's sweethearts create borderline chemistry in The Mexican
What you see is (not) what you get: Twelve months of well-screened duds and rarely viewed wonders
From escapist entertainment to aesthetic ecstasy: Twenty-nine writers script valentines to twelve months of culture
A new Fox documentary series captures a true class portrait of a suburban high school
After a string of meta-roles, Julia Roberts gets back to work in Erin Brockovich
Director Eric Rohmer tells his Autumn Tale--and a seasoned critic turns the page
Notting Hill chuckles at our mere mortal desire to get up close and personal with the rich and famous
Melodrama's tears fill The Deep End of the Ocean; violence's softer side makes for a tender Corruptor
Mel Gibson and Julia Roberts caretake our paranoia in Conspiracy Theory.
Watching nothing happen with the beautiful losers of Friends.