Amnesiac-spy trilogy culminates in a thrilling Ultimatum
Your guide to summer's hottest films
Wasserstein's American Daughter soft-pedals feminism; interruptions cut short visit to A Small Planet
Introducing the best movies of 2005 you probably didn't see.
A love story told in iambic pentameter? Yes, and yes again.
There isn't much going on in Campbell Scott's latest project
Costner and Allen are the upside to The Upside of Anger
Need a love story to cry over? Leaf through The Notebook.
A slick remake of a barely fictionalized biopic renders Irish reporter Guerin's story as Hollywood truth
Plus: Kaboom, Edited for Content
When a Garland nursing center started to slip, a group of concerned sons and daughters decided to do something about it. The management had other ideas.
A top-20 list, otherwise known as how to cop out and avoid picking just 10 films
The Contender is a candidate for the year's most high-minded trash
Sneaky social satire Pleasantville changes the '50s from vanilla to tutti-frutti
Sexual liberation comes to the suburbs in The Ice Storm
When John Woo says 'Action!' it takes on a whole new meaning
Travolta and Cage reveal Face/Off is more than skin-deep
The cinematic version of The Crucible is soap opera with a message
Studios and audiences are embracing an overdue trend: female-empowerment films
Two Richards--Nixon and Lancaster--plus one Oliver--prove that power corrupts absolutely