For Matt Damon and company, the message is the message.
Fracking is finally getting the Hollywood treatment. Promised Land, an anti-fracking film conceptualized by The Office's John Krasinski, co-written by Dave Eggers, starring Matt Damon and Hal Holbrook, and directed by Gus Van Sant (Milk, Good Will Hunting), is set in a hard-luck Pennsylvania farming ... More >>
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De Niro takes a loooong, sloooow look at the history of the CIA
A hero of the Hong Kong new wave returns the compliment
Inwood takes a bite out of horror
Brilliant, confounding Syriana digs for a necessary truth
Terry Gilliam returns, with no one but himself to blame
Grammy noms, Denton cares and Deedle's last dance
A rare superior sequel, Ocean's Twelve entertains with cinematic sleight of hand
Martice Enterprises' encore
The idiots what brung you Dumb and Dumber ain't funny no more
This new Italian Job, a remake better than the original, is a steal
In Gerry, Matt Damon and Casey Affleck hit the desert, and the desert hits back
The year's best featured plenty of Sad White Guys
Damon was Bourne to play an assassin who's lost his way
Behind the Greenlight is a producer proud to be an ass
Soderbergh and Clooney knock over Vegas without much to show for it
A CB radio opens a channel for evil in John Dahl's Joy Ride
Dallas' T.J. Cloutier may be the best tournament poker player in the world--even though he's never won the "big one." You can bet on it.
Josie doesn't pussyfoot around: You're being brainwashed by pop
Matt Damon and cast tackle Cormac and give us a predictably mythic Cowboy flick. Yeehaw.
If you love the excitement of watching golf, this Damon-Smith bore is right up your fairway
Matt Damon proves quite The Talented Mr. Ripley -- but he overstays his welcome
Writer-director Kevin Smith defends God, dirty words, and New Jersey
Kevin Smith finally uses his religion in Dogma
Matt Damon trades his baby face for a poker face in Rounders
Spielberg perfectly--and horrifyingly--captures the humanity and horror of WWII
Gus Van Sant's Good Will Hunting is all heart, no brain
Coppola brings little insight or verve to Grisham's The Rainmaker