Oliver Stone assigns motive to Dubya's m.o., but at this point, who cares?
Also: With Snake Eyes, Second Thought rattles the emotions.
Mean guy moves out, nice guy moves in—now everybody sing!
American Graffiti revs up the Inwood
You, Me and Dupree overstays its welcome
Poseidon's second voyage yields a brand-new disaster
Spielberg's War hikes up the gore, and that ain't a bad thing
Silver City plants a shrub where it wants to dig up a Bush
Saturday Night Live's prime player is rapidly outgrowing television's small screen
No one's likely to tout Cletis, whoever he is
At least there's less junk this year
The Crew are four semi-tough guys, shooting blanks at sunset
Spielberg's 1975 blockbuster finally receives the DVD treatment it deserves
Jaws + Alligator / Friday the 13th x zero = Lake Placid
The USA Film Festival resembles the highest grossing movie ever. It's been leaking like Titanic for a while, but the 28th Annual schedule suggests it may be going down fast.
Krippendorf's Tribe is a genuinely worthwhile waste of time
In & Out goes both ways--funny and funnier
Dream With the Fishes is a smart swim through classic '70s films
Director digs up more dinos to prove--maybe--he's still a little playful
As Night Falls, Lumet proves even his failures possess spunk and spark
Paul Mazursky's art lies in his topical films about the modern American landscape
After two decades, Star Wars has become the cult film for the rest of us
Disney's new Dalmatians ain't the puppy chow it could have been
Walt Disney takes a bittersweet bite of Roald Dahl in James and the Giant Peach
Mr. Holland's Opus is effective, trashy sentiment
As a treatise on sexual harassment, Disclosure falls flat. But as entertainment, it's hard to resist