Robert DeNiro, Diane Keaton do themselves an injustice in misguided comedy
Endearing stoner comedy of maternal disappointment
Oliver Stone's sequel lets the bad guys off easy
The lefty actor chipped in $500 to Bachmann's 2006 campaign, according to The Daily Beast.
The souped-up, tricked out film puts anime in overdrive
Paul Haggis Directs a Flawed but Vital Film About the Emotional Toll of Iraq on a Military Family
Doc reopens the Nader debate: Is it his fault?
A Cameron Crowe fan takes the long, strange trip to 'Elizabethtown'
Le Tigre suggest that feminism's fourth wave will begin as soon as you shake your thing
The 'South Park' boys pull the strings in the new 'America'
How an unlikely date led to the writing of 'The Exonerated'
Nearly two decades after Alice Neel's death, her cold-eyed humanism has begun to look revolutionary
This year's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Film Festival finds new queer cinema yearning to forget its affair with Hollywood
The surprise hit Judging Amy is a kind of woman's standard, in the key of melodrama
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Tweedy Old English Guy Seeks Garden-Variety Teen Hunk: John Hurt in Love and Death on Long Island.
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