DeNiro vs. Stallone vs. your memories of better movies
The new film about AIDS earns its raw emotion through sheer pragmatism
Robert DeNiro, Diane Keaton do themselves an injustice in misguided comedy
His aging gangster in crime-comedy is a long way from Michael Corleone
Both animated and live-action short films show off visual splendor in small packages
David O. Russell's tale of a manic-depressive, ironically, lacks emotion
"If it wasn't for Whitney, I wouldn't be married with a beautiful kid and wonderful husband today" says Lisa. "She changed the game by kissing Costner." Lisa is a black 30-something wife and mother of one who lives in Eden Prairie. Her husband is white. "We met at Tropix [an old downtown nightc ... More >>
What better way to follow the Pretenders show than by watching Mallory Knox impersonate PJ Harvey?
Rourke gets back in the ring with The Wrestler
Your guide to the season's hottest films (and the other ones, too)
In early May, Acting General Counsel of the CIA John Rizzo will have the uncomfortable honor of testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee in an open hearing to determine whether the first word of his title will be removed.
My adventures (so far) in the screenwriting trade
With two fancy new brunches, you can finally prove to your mom that you really do have a job
The pictures may be talking, but they're not speaking our language
Willem Dafoe plays a ghoul playing a ghoul in Shadow of the Vampire
In a 29-film series, Oak Street Cinema puts Hollywood's most complicated decade, the Seventies, onscreen
Don't look back: Johnny Depp (left) and Benicio Del Toro bring a '90s work ethic to the business of debauchery.
Can't Nobody Hold Me Down: Pam Grier in Quentin Tarantino's Jackie Brown.
Sarah Schulman: Author, witness
Director Martin Scorsese shoulders his cross--again--inCasino