The sometimes-surreal French filmmaker nails romance again
It's a YA yawn
The Jason Reitman-directed film doesn't show any of his signature wit or charm
Steven Soderbergh turns the disaster flick on its head
The only sinking ship in this storyline is the couples' marriage
It took imaginations like these to make sense of the world in 2008
'Death of a President' and other film fest trigger-pullers blow away dissent
Longtime collaborators James Schamus and Ang Lee leave their cinema unsigned
Columnist grows to appreciate another kind of weed
Carrey, Kaufman, and Gondry wander through the fog of love
In praise of the spunk, the spark, the preternatural cinematic luminosity of Drew Barrymore
Quills puts the viewer into bed with the sacred and the profane
Director Jane Campion strips away her pretensions in Holy Smoke
Even in the Giuliani era, the New York Film Festival brings the beautiful and the blasphemous to American shores
"She must choose between water and land, between the thrill and responsibilities of passion and the sureties of Victorian marriage": Kirsten Frantzich and Greg Arata in 15 Head's production of Ibsen's The Lady From the Sea.
The Big One (Again): James Cameron's Titanic.