The long, hard truth
The end of cinema? Hardly. Taking a look at the top movies.
Ava DuVernay looks to the future of black film.
Paul Thomas Anderson talks 70mm, Joaquin Phoenix and researching Scientology for his sixth and most anticipated film.
Last week saw the limited release of Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, and the director is currently receiving the type of media love reserved for those who rarely misstep and whose work is hailed as classic the moment it's released. What's always interested me about Anderson is his ability to perf ... More >>
From Toronto, a glimpse of this year's most bracing films
The bigger and better mousetraps of Paul W.S. Anderson
If Paul Thomas Anderson is indeed making a sequel to There Will Be Blood, as has been rumored, he needs to cast Angelus singer Emil Rapstine in it somewhere. The Dallas trio's new video for single "Crimson Shadow," directed by Jake Wilganowski, formerly of Bridges & Blinking Lights, contains various ... More >>
You better watch out.
Silver Jew David Berman left Dallas when he turned 18. And, maybe for good reason, he never looked back.
The enigmatic leading man reveals the method behind his onscreen madness
Paul Thomas Anderson creates an epic gusher
The top movies of 2007
Playing down-on-her-luck, Ryan's star rises
Adam Sandler plays a 9/11 widower and finally nails a somber role
A truly universal remote leads to Sandler's best movie in years
The soundtracks of Aimee Mann
I Heart Huckabees Original Motion Picture Soundtrack1> (Milan)
Contemporary Theatre finds warmth in Close Ties; a tight FIT of plays at the Bath House
Sandler and Nicholson yell at each other, and it's unpleasant
Rose Troche uses the Altman method to reveal more suburban discomfort
Philip Seymour Hoffman is a great actor, because he never acts
Reissues dominated, but an international crop of films yielded some good harvest
Back in the old neighborhood, buddies gather for a great con job
Adam Sandler plays Adam Sandler, and for once it's lovely
In this unflinching porn-biz peek, a man will fluff for love
We had lost faith in local film festivals--until this one
Mike Figgis' Time Code offers an interesting experiment in viewing
Magnolia buries a radiant Tom Cruise beneath three hours of brilliant nothing
What will 1999 be remembered for -- Malkovich's head or Cartman's ass?
Three years and one bad record deal later, Aimee Mann returns -- with two wonderful records
The best of 1997 was OK, but sometimes the worst was better
The hugely ambitious Boogie Nights looks at the exalted, debased world of porn