The sting's the thing in Stage West's Bees; actor Wold gets elf control at WTT
He plays golf with George Clooney. He clowns around with Chris Tucker. He's best buddies with Peri Gilpin. He's a pasty white dude named Steve Stodghill.
Brooks' latest Producers is flawed, but it's better than the first
Uma as an old lady? Yeah, sure, why not.
It'd Be Cool if this sequel were any good
At Little Katana, you can buy a sword for $800. What? Or is it why?
Yes, it's another waning-samurai film, but this one is brilliant
The Bride's back for blood, this time without the mess
For the most part, this Tucker stays on track
You saw Paycheck last year...don'cha remember?
Kill Bill's missing something--like, oh, a proper ending
Former friends reckon with reality in Linklater's Tape
Terry Zwigoff and Daniel Clowes trap us with a raptor in Ghost World
Merchant and Ivory give us a beautiful but emotionally hollow tale
Begging and Borrowing
It's about the artists, not the stars at the 31st annual USA Film Festival
Woody Allen gives soul to Sean Penn's immoral, guitar-playing pimp
Les Miserables offers glowering and preening, simpering and pining
Dallas' Todd Oldham wants to take his colorful fashions from sassy to classy--and reap big-time profits. But MTV's fashion designer won't have it easy in his quest to transcend trend.
Joel Schumacher, not Mr. Freeze, kills the Dark Knight
Ray Davies gets the kinks-- but not the Kinks-- out of his career
The Doom Generation is a full-frontal assault on good taste
A Month By the Lake feels like years
Fog City Diner endures a few rocky opening weeks, but promises great things to come
From a year full of startling and memorable movies, here are our favorites
Battery increases the current until the audience begs for mercy.