But I haven't given up on Sofia Coppola.
From Tarantino's Django Unchained to Anderson's The Master
Related:Minneapolis music scene named second-best in the U.S.Minnesotans need to remember to exhale sometimes -- especially fresh on the heels of being ranked as the number two music scene in the country. Shouldn't it be enough to simply enjoy a rich history of quality musicians blossoming from f ... More >>
Minnesotans need to remember to exhale sometimes -- especially fresh on the heels of being ranked as the number two music scene in the country. Shouldn't it be enough to simply enjoy a rich history of quality musicians blossoming from fertile local soil? For those times that worrying that people ... More >>
Uptown Theatre, starts Friday
New film works with a patient and observational style
Critics' picks for the year
Theater prices are for suckasDinner and movie nights don't have to break the bank. Sometimes after a long week it's even easier to whip up a quick meal at home, load up an old flick, and snuggle into the couch, plush and cozy. Save a little cash and take these suggestions for an ea ... More >>
Two decades after the severed ear of Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino serves up Hitler's head on a plate
The press was a royal pain in the neck for the privileged maker of 'Marie Antoinette'
American pop goes bang at the world's sexiest film festival
Jarmusch's Don Juan courts the big questions in 'Broken Flowers'
As a filmmaking metaphor, 'The Life Aquatic' is all wet
The personal schmoozes the political at the world's most influential film fest
Female filmmakers buck the stats in 'Women with Vision'
The crystalline beauty of Air's 'Talkie Walkie' doesn't get lost in translation
The world makes out all right at the International Film Festival
Honorary Oscar winner Blake Edwards did it his way
Asia Argento--daughter of Dario--does her daddy proud
Four critics pick 40 or so favorites--and fail to agree on a single one
Iraq. SARS. Jay Leno, Still on television practically every night. Yeah, 2003 was about as much fun as a social disease.
Coppola's 'One from the Heart' is no more of a Valentine now than it was in '82
Why Siddhartha and The Waterboys matter
Opposite aesthetics would seem to spell splitsville for indie cinema's power couple
'Lost in Translation' revels in the beautiful nowhere
The Venice Film Festival gives voice to the global cacophony
What you see is (not) what you get: Twelve months of well-screened duds and rarely viewed wonders
First-time director Sofia Coppola turns The Virgin Suicides into a reverie of Seventies adolescence
Hollywood shifts to the slopes for another week of reeling opportunities