After the jump, the complete details on how to meetlook at Will Smith on Tuesday, when the formerly Fresh Prince comes to Dallas to not only sneak his latest feelgood redemption story, Seven Pounds, but to help fill the North Texas Food Bank's pantry before Thanksgiving. The trailer's also after ... More >>
Your guide to summer's hottest films
Adam Sandler plays a 9/11 widower and finally nails a somber role
With The Crucible, new insights into an old attempt at faith-based initiatives
Bewitched delivers just what you'd expect. Absolutely nothing.
Charlie's high-flying heroines kick ass, but not the sequel syndrome
Identity looks scary, plays funny and might be genius for it
In 1988, Ron Shelton made Bull Durham. In 2002, it couldn't be done.
Once more, a man calls upon the troops to save The Alamo, before it's gone forever
Heath Ledger's in no rush to be a star. Why's everyone else in a hurry?
Sandler and Spade continue quest to dumb down America
Director Tim McCanlies makes a deal with the devil, but keeps his soul
Spike Lee's Get on the Bus takes us to amazing places
Writer-director Todd Solondz doesn't play games in Welcome to the Dollhouse
Bottle Rocket is a clever mix of optimism and angst
A feeble version of Othello is a red-eyed monstrosity
Jumanji begins as Pandora's Box and ends up a parlor trick
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Devil in a Blue Dress burns a wild, intoxicating trail through its genre
Can four young Dallas filmmakers sell their dream-and still keep their souls? Matt Zoller Seitz follows the trail of Bottle Rocket
With 1,000 times the budget for his sequel, Robert Rodriguez comes out with guns a-blazin'
The hyped-up supernatural thriller Hideaway is too sloppy to be scary
John Singleton's college melodrama Higher Learning is a baffling misfire
The Road To Wellville, Alan Parker's hymn to greed, lust, and body fluids doesn't quite work