The new film about AIDS earns its raw emotion through sheer pragmatism
Matt Damon plays up grim world-weariness a little too much in the sci-fi flick
Quick -- name the new M. Night Shyamalan summer blockbuster.
Baz Luhrman's silver-screen interpretation of Fitzgerald's novel oozes gaudy decadence
Robert DeNiro, Diane Keaton do themselves an injustice in misguided comedy
From horror and documentaries to indies and comedies, this year will be big in film
Anthony Hopkins disappears behind the directing legend's distinctive look
Superheroes bump superegos and things go boom
Red Tails, This Is Forty, and more
Pure fantasy for working moms
She's just one of this film's bad-ass old people
Dude, just stop talking
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Favreau's film will likely lead to more sequels, but that doesn't mean it's good
Hannah Montana gets upstaged by sea turtles
We cast our favorite famous females in some of the best known horror flicks.
We're laughing already. And not for the right reasons.
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Paul Haggis Directs a Flawed but Vital Film About the Emotional Toll of Iraq on a Military Family
The Coen brothers, Gus Van Sant, Michael Moore, and Leonardo DiCaprio colonized screens at the French film fest
Nick Nolte knows a thing or two about getting old
'Running with Scissors' puts the Me Decade on the couch
You'll swear you've seen this Superman somewhere before
The Oscar-winning actor wants to make love to you. Okay, not really.
Indie queen Lili Taylor flips the script
Spielberg somehow manages to turn a Scorsese-esque crime picture into a Capraesque butterball
Seeking Signs of Civilization--and Artistic Sustenance--at the Sundance Film Festival
An Oak Street retrospective pulls us back to the flashy days of Eighties cinema
Willem Dafoe plays a ghoul playing a ghoul in Shadow of the Vampire
The bodyguard in question: Nicolas Cage in City of Angels
Book 'Em!: Russell Crowe and Guy Pearce in L.A. Confidential.