A guide to a picture-perfect summer
Clint Eastwood directs inspired snapshot
Inside an Israeli tank and the reality of war
Viggo Mortenson leads the cast and Nick Cave provides the score in Hillcoat's unpleasant saga
Julien Temple's 'Glastonbury' is all a blur
The New York Dolls and Scissor Sisters still find veins of rich material in the old velvet goldmine
Spielberg's weighty take on vengeance is a tad lopsided
Godard scours our bombed-out library to find 'Notre musique'
An old genre is back to judge the living and the dead
Bertolucci blows a kiss to the French new wave
Four critics pick 40 or so favorites--and fail to agree on a single one
The new 'People I Know' is so old-fashioned it's already gone
'Black Hawk Down' Gets in and out of Somalia With No Questions Asked
The National Entertainment State Stands Firm--Then Runs Away
An Oak Street retrospective pulls us back to the flashy days of Eighties cinema
Pearl Harbor is a Bay that will live in infamy
Side Man hangs out with hipsters; Dracula misses the jugular
Moshen Makhmalbaf's euphoric cinema reaffirms the basic beauty of life
Alfred Hitchcock and David O. Selznick's mutual contempt somehow yielded a trio of classics--and one highly unusual case
That's a Wrap: Wim Wenders's stars play out his biscotti metaphor in The End of Violence.
The Amerindie film fest continues to inspire madness and money--and occasionally, art.
A critic's guide to getting away from the multiplexes.