There’s nothing inspired in Woody’s annual update
Everyone says I’d do you in a Brooklyn sex comedy
The lit-class sex thriller does love and death, but better than usual
A look ahead at the season's hottest films
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 >>
Summer Guide: Film
Paste magazine did a round up of the best movie houses in America and our very own Riverview Theater made the list. Because who doesn't love popcorn with real butter and $3 tickets?
Vicky Cristina Barcelona is a wry, thoughtful film from Woody Allen
For once, this season's movies don't ask you to check your brains at the door
Live Action Set goes to the extreme with Desiderare: Desire the Undesirable
Life and art meet cute in 'Avenue Montaigne'
Woody Allen's second English excursion is a failed return to comedy
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Woody Allen delivers a wicked serve in 'Match Point'
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A quintet of Hollywood anomalies from blockbuster season
Competition was brutal at the world's most cutthroat film festival
Busdriver laughs through car troubles and a struggling career
What took octogenarian auteur Sidney Lumet so long to get an Oscar? He made too many movies.
It was Ingmar Bergman's Century--we just lived in it
The kids stay out of the picture--blessedly--in 'Film School'
Playwright Julia Cho gives one woman a world's worth of troubles
The Venice Film Festival gives voice to the global cacophony
Has playwright Ari Hoptman revived the red menace?
A postmodern choreographer gooses 'Swan Lake'
Woody Allen advertises his inner Everyman in the crime/class caper Small Time Crooks
The film junketeer's absurd travels have nothing on the screwy Road Trip
The Rise and Fall of the Borscht Belt waxes nostalgic for the Jewish comedy of assimilation
In Sweet and Lowdown, Woody Allen tells the tale of New York jazz in the Thirties--without black people
The movies of '98 posed the question: Haven't we seen this somewhere before?
One popular animated TV show is part of the holiday movie stocking stuffers
A wish list of might-be hits from the New York Film Festival
Everything you always wanted to know about Woody but were afraid to ask?: Woody Allen and Soon-Yi Previn in Wild Man Blues
Bullets Are A Man's Best Friend: Alain Delon is Le Samourai.