Why millions of fans have felt a great disturbance in the Force.
Still joyously disreputable, Raiders comes to IMAX
It's sandwich wars. Plano-based Pizza Hut is making a pass at sandwiches again, as The New York Times reported yesterday, with the three new designs bearing the name P'Zolo. Aside from the name sounding like a George Lucas character, the "sandwiches" are designed to destroy the uber-successful, f ... More >>
Talk about mixed feelings. I'm trying hard to be honest with myself about the big blow-up over the Dallas school system spending $57,000 yesterday to take 5,000 fifth-grade boys to a war movie while the fifth-grade girls had to stay back at school to watch a movie about a spelling bee. Tell ... More >>
There's no doubt that by now you've either: A.) invested in an arsenal of cute & cuddly and/or chocolate-covered paraphernalia to lovingly smother your significant other with come Tuesday (yes, that's when Valentine's Day is in case you weren't aware) or B.) are currently scrambling to find the mo ... More >>
Nashville's The Features may have a couple of marks against them in the eyes of elitist hipsters who don't like to let actual facts get in the way of a too-cool-for-school argument. It's true, the no longer en vogue Kings of Leon, themselves fellow Tennesseans, have lent a helping hand to the quarte ... More >>
So here's what you're looking at: the Frenchy-Belgiany fast food chain Quick, in honor of the Star Wars: Episode One Phantom Menace Shit Show in the Three Dimensions, is producing a line of Star Wars burgers. They will be available January 31, according to Eater. Tracking down what the hell is exac ... More >>
You better watch out.
And what's with that 3-D?
After you pick up your Wookie Cookbook, shampoo with R2D2!Convention season is upon us. San Diego Comic Con, where comic book companies and movie studies give fans just enough of a taste of upcoming releases to elicit a collective geekgasm, concluded yesterday. Next month, Lucasfilm is holding th ... More >>
Its very own temple of doom, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull digs Indy into a deep hole
The man who gave us Young Vader returns with a Young Indy boxed set
The FWMSH will hypnotize your Jedi mind
I'm no grade-A shopper, so this might sound a little ignorant to readers who own one or more credit cards, but what in the hell happened to NorthPark Center? I drove up on Saturday to get my once-every-six-months clothes-shopping expedition out of the way, so I figured I'd pop in, visit the mall's l ... More >>
George Lucas at last delivers the Star Wars prequel we've been waiting for
Why Episode III isn't the movie it should have been
Plus: Lethal Lord 2: Savior's Revenge; Hey Mr. DJ
It's the Spy Kids in 3-D, but where are Mom and Dad?
Feelings prove lethal in the bumpy sci-fi flick Equilibrium
Treasure Planet reveals an embarrassment of riches
The masterful Spirited Away soars through the looking glass
At long last, the Godfather's son makes his first film, and it was not easy
Keliher jumps in the boat and takes away some of the fun
Grant grows from a badly drawn Boy to a man in charming fashion
With Episode II, George Lucas tries to reclaim his lost glory
Documentary series takes a look behind the scenes
Joel and Ethan Coen pull down the pants on their first film
What will 1999 be remembered for -- Malkovich's head or Cartman's ass?
The Phanton Menace is everything a Jedi could have hoped for
Don't believe the hype -- oh, like it even matters
Living on the sidewalk for a month. Sleeping with Wookiees. Thousand-dollar action figures. Think the new Star Wars is just a movie? You poor fool.
Using Detailed instructions left by Orson Welles, top film editor Walter Murch has remade "The Best b-Movie ever" -- Welles' Touch of Evil
Phil Tippett and his studio--creators of Starship Troopers' murderous bugs--are envisioning the digital future of creature features
It's hard to tell the facetious from the straight in the comically martial Starship Troopers
With The Fifth Element, Luc Besson swipes from science fiction past to create a slick, vacuous future
The Empire Strikes Back betters the original
After two decades, Star Wars has become the cult film for the rest of us