Michael Bay injects potent absurdity into an unbelievable but true story.
Shouldn't the making of Psycho be more interesting?
Turns out, Blockbuster really doesn't have much to say about its decision to partner with NCR to test-market those digital kiosks that allow users to download movies to SD cards. Randy Hargrove, the company's spokesman downtown, called back today only to say that "they'll be in our stores and be ... More >>
Owen Wilson's a bad fit for an ass-kicking bodyguard
No doubt, a thousand other bloggers will provide you with a far better photo of Mark Cuban, on stage at left, and Michael Eisner, speaking today at SXSW. A true South by Southwest film fest first: a waiting line to get into a panel. Course, this was the Mark Cuban-Michael Eisner panel, which just le ... More >>
Controversy aside, The Kite Runner just won't fly
Your guide to summer's hottest films
David Fincher's Type-A approach to filmmaking pays off in Zodiac
David Gordon Green, originally slated to direct Will Clarke's novel, is off to, uh, greener pastures. Ran into David Gordon Green the other day-- ya know, the Richardson-reared maker of such indie films as George Washington, All the Real Girls and the debuted-at-Sundance Snow Angels, starring Kate B ... More >>
Our old pal Will Clarke--about whom we've written, oh, just a little in the past--is officially Hot Shit. Well, that's not entirely accurate, but awfully close. In the latest issue of Rolling Stone, which I don't even have yet even though I am an inexplicably loyal subscriber, Clarke's been named... ... More >>
Films that are kid-tested, 'rents-approved
Demme goes for the knowing giggle in his Candidate overhaul
Pssst, wanna see a movie that isn't out yet...legally?
Plus: Clothing Optional; Paradise Lost
Ray Liotta wants to know why he loses roles to...Owen Wilson?
Narc desperately struggles to prove its grit
The Kid as old man, movie producer Robert Evans preserves his golden myth
How will Hollywood react now that real life is more terrifying than fiction?
The prize is $2 million, but the reward isn't worth the effort
At the Gates, a gripping showdown is bungled by a love triangle
Sam Hamm writes great scripts. So why do they rarely get made?
A one-night stand with Pink Floyd
Robert Altman wants your attention, if not your affection
VH1 vice president's novel about the music business mourns an era just since passed
Sequel-itis infects Cruise's M:I-2, but not fatally
Sci Fi's brilliant good vs. evil is a corpse in search of a burial
Bark, don't bite
After years of talking and hoping, DNA Productions finally inks a big-time deal
In The Suburbans, one-hit wonders reunite for no-laugh movie
Dallas' most unloved police officer finds himself surrounded by enemies -- from his own department
John Travolta can feel your presence -- what's that all about?
Trekkies boldly peers into the Star Trek phenomenon
Student council elections fuel a wry examination of hypocrisy and desire
August 20 - 26, 1998
Environmentalists and some high-profile Dallas chefs say ocean food supplies are in crisis. But is their disaster cry simply publicity bait?
In The Truman Show, a hypernormal Jim Carrey dives into the world of TV--and brings us a "message film" that almost works
FairyTale is charming, sometimes inspiring--and almost entirely fraudulent
Twenty-five years later, The Godfather's deal is still too good to refuse
Fish hits some rough seas in satisfying Dallas' craving for quality seafood
The last interview you'll ever need to read with radio's greatest, loudest talker--and, just maybe, Hollywood's newest movie star
How Alfred Hitchcock wove his disturbing thriller into a landscape--and how a pair of obsessive archivists brought it back to luminescent life
Girls Town and The First Wives Club celebrate female vengeance
Is Escape from L.A. campy comedy or awful action? You decide.
Real time movies like Nick of Time are the clever antithesis of real cinema
Ginger Rogers, 1911-1995