Dallas in the Aftermath
The best parody film since Team America
A Dangerous Method, Aurora, and more
Right now, for the price of a movie ticket, you can watch Shia LaBeouf paling around with enormous extraterrestrial robots in the third installment of the Transformers franchise, running and yelling and making with cracks so wise that one could almost forget one is helping to bankroll the career ... More >>
Hint: The bosses aren't what's horrible
Captain Jack just won't die
David Carr gives a stand-out performance.Congratulations are in order for David Carr, once the editor of the Twin Cities Reader, who keeps clawing his way up the media food chain. Carr beat drug addiction to pen a harrowing memoir. He carved out a media beat at The New York Times. Two years ... More >>
Casey Affleck directs while Phoenix aims to prove a point
Dinner for Schmucks opened this week to decent reviews and big box office, and while it may not quite have the make of a classic, it did get us thinking about other movies meals--namely, the most famous film scenes in which food played a role. Here are 10 memorable food scenes from major film ... More >>
Courtesy Twilight: EclipseAh, the glory of Photoshop's desaturation tool Yesterday marked the opening of Twilight: Tweengasm, and no power in the universe can stop a seething mass of blond 12-year-olds from streaming into theaters across America, where they will squeal in unison for two hours u ... More >>
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Movie is disarmingly sharp in spots but in a shambles on the whole
His Kaufman-esque turn for the sullen and bizarre scores him easy entry into Gimme Noise's hall of shame.
DreamWorks says 3D helps "emotionally immerse" the audience
The look at dirty police is a cop out
George Clooneys ode to screwball comedies of yore is sooooo close. But yet.
James Mangold Remakes a Classic Western for Our ADD Times
Even with the Mac kid at his side, John McClane is just...old
'Departed' hero of the Hong Kong new wave returns the compliment
Moore and 'The Man' won't stay home with 'Friends'
American pop goes bang at the world's sexiest film festival
Carrey, Kaufman, and Gondry wander through the fog of love
Four critics pick 40 or so favorites--and fail to agree on a single one
Submitting to the sadistic novels of Bruce Wagner
Gus Van Sant goes his own way with a stark survival drama
'One Hour Photo' takes an ugly snapshot of the retail employee
Or, Cannes 2001: How to love the movies without hating yourself
Steven Spielberg's debut, The Sugarland Express, captures a humanity from before the age of the blockbuster
Woody Allen advertises his inner Everyman in the crime/class caper Small Time Crooks
Despite its title, Hanging Up makes all the right connections to consumer goods
Kevin Smith's Dogma is a buddy movie by the Book
Stanley Kubrick's long-delayed Eyes Wide Shut sets out to baffle and bore Tom Cruise fans--and succeeds impeccably
I Do Believe in Rock Stars! I Do Believe in Rock Stars!: Jon Bon Jovi never grows up in his maxi-video Destination Anywhere
In its 50th year, is the world's most prestigious film festival showing its age?