Steven Soderbergh turns the star-studded Hollywood disaster flick on its head.
Mentioned a couple of months back that Elvis Mitchell was in town interviewing T.D. Jakes for his talkumentary The Black List: Volume Two, a sequel to last year's star-studded Volume One that aired on HBO following its Sundance bow. Volume Two debuts on February 26 -- and it'll actually contain two ... More >>
Akeelah spells out a fantasy that feels wonderfully real
The Matrix: Path of Neo is more chop suey than chopsocky.
Little ones get their own film festival
More music biopics? Good. Bad musicians starring in them? Not so much.
This Assault attacks the original and does no damage
Revolutions runs a playful joyride through a nifty vision of hell
Eastwood takes a guilt trip down the mighty Mystic River
Keanu Reeves and the Wachowski brothers deliver a fresh helping of May tricks
Music from the Motion Picture Biker Boyz (DreamWorks)
Biker Boyz is furious, but it ain't fast, which is a real drag
Antwone Fisher would surely make a great role model, says Antwone Fisher
Tim Blake Nelson's new Othello seems to be a man out of time
Francis Ford Coppola re-creates his Vietnam phantasmagoria
In Osmosis Jones, a virus takes over Bill Murray. So that's his excuse.
Kitchen Dog's Othello isn't black and white or red all over
Undercover-cop film swims in the shallow end
Adaptation of this classic farce is, well, quite Ideal
Action thriller hi-techs its way through visions of another reality
The only space in Event Horizon is between the director's ears
When Houston's 1st Amendment rights were threatened, a bus full of female porn stars came bouncing to the rescue
Romeo & Juliet and Looking for Richard leave audiences Bard silly
A feeble version of Othello is a red-eyed monstrosity
If you haven't seen Just Cause, don't read this article
John Singleton's college melodrama Higher Learning is a baffling misfire