Django Unchained upends the western -- and America's original sin.
What should we make of radiant Lincoln and blubbering Private Ryan?
Still joyously disreputable, Raiders comes to IMAX
The nominees for the cinematic super bowl, the 2012 Academy Awards, were announced yesterday, and as always there were a few of the year's best pictures and performances that were left warming the bench by the all-powerful Academy. Martin Scorsese's Hugo leads the game with 11 nods, beating out th ... More >>
What a year it was at the movies! Just reflect for a second all the places we've traveled together on our cinematic voyages of 2011 in that theatrical transport known as film. Alternate worlds and realities. All over the map of our own. Forward to the future. Back in time. Into the psyche. Hell, hal ... More >>
J.J. Abrams deploys humor and destruction in his super fun, super loud catastrophe flick.
Two weeks ago, we passed along word that Tim DeLaughter had written the theme song for the new Diablo Cody- and Steven Spielberg-produced Showtime series The United States of Tara. Well, that's the opening above. And, yes, it does mention nature, love and happiness, as anticipated. (Tip o' the ball ... More >>
See The Color Purple at Fair Park
Inwood goes with a late night double feature
Its very own temple of doom, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull digs Indy into a deep hole
Yesterday we received word that the locally made doc A Fair To Remember -- about, yup, the State Fair o' Texas -- received a Golden Eagle Award from Washington, D.C.-based CINE, a rather prestigious infotainment organization that boasts Ken Burns, Al Maysles and Steven Spielberg among its honorary b ... More >>
Cartoon kids poke around Spielberg's Monster House
Looks like Steven Spielberg, who apparently used to be a diretor of some note, is no fan of Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner's releasing movies in theaters, on TV and DVD the same day, as they did with Steven Soderbergh's Bubble in January. In the new issue of Time, the maker of Hook and Always is asked h ... More >>
Spielberg's Munich rehashes a tale we've heard before
Spielberg's War hikes up the gore, and that ain't a bad thing
Julianne Moore is memorable again in a movie that mostly isn't
Spielberg and Hanks spawn a daring new genre: the post-9-11 comedy
You saw Paycheck last year...don'cha remember?
Tonya Harding trades skates for gloves
Ministry isn't on a major label anymore, but Al Jourgensen still loves his job
The year's best featured plenty of Sad White Guys
Spielberg, once more, is caught up in the thrill of the chase
Fear and self-loathing at the Minority Report junket
Minority Report is guilty of being a fun ride with a bumpy end
You could Return to Never Land, but why waste the trip?
Spielberg and Kubrick had a weird little kid, and its name is A.I.
Spielberg's 1975 blockbuster finally receives the DVD treatment it deserves
Terrence Malick emerges after 20 years with his complex but compelling The Thin Red Line
Hollywood mainstream in the slipstream: hits, misses, remakes, and blasts from the past
Although many standout films were released in 1998, no one movie really stood out
Spielberg perfectly--and horrifyingly--captures the humanity and horror of WWII
Warner Bros. celebrates its 75th birthday with a weeklong best-of fest
The best films of '97 either provoked or entertained
Most of the year's best films were from the outside looking in
Spielberg delivers a wildly erratic--and tumultuously moving--historical epic with the overreaching passion of a man possessed
Phil Tippett and his studio--creators of Starship Troopers' murderous bugs--are envisioning the digital future of creature features
Director digs up more dinos to prove--maybe--he's still a little playful
Going Gourmet created itself in the image of its customers