Rom-coms used to be a cash cow and wildly popular with audiences. What happened?
Presidential candidates vie (and pander and plead) for one heart and mind in Swing Vote
It's soooo close, but yet...
Something to look forward to in 2008: Clint Eastwood'sChangeling
"What's Wrong With America" indie comedy reveals what's wrong with indie comedies
Russia's stab at romantic comedy lands a tad on the dreary side
Peter Bogdanovich wasn't dead. He was just acting like it.
A screenwriter loses his memory in The Majestic, but there wasn't much to misplace
Billy Bob doesn't say much, but he's the perfect Man for the Coens' con job
The Director’s Cut
Joel and Ethan Coen's Brother hits a Homer
In Crooks, Allen produces a lovable, relaxed--although not uproarious--comedy
Tim Robbins' Orson Welles project bites off more than it can chew
Ron Howard fiddles with the question
Failing to follow its own best advice, Forces of Nature plays by all the rules
Although many standout films were released in 1998, no one movie really stood out
Stanley Tucci one-ups 1930s screwball comedies with The Impostors
John Waters gets a few things straight about the art world
The preppies all look alike in the disappointing Last Days of Disco
Robin Wright Penn and Alicia Silverstone are looking for a few good men
Citizen Ruth is pro-choice, pro-life...and pro laughs!
A friendly, disorganized guide to what won't be checked out at your local video store
Woody Allen's Mighty Aphrodite is sentimental, hopeful, and funny as hell
The DMA celebrates Chuck Jones, animation's beloved toonsmith
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX
The Road To Wellville, Alan Parker's hymn to greed, lust, and body fluids doesn't quite work