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 >>
If you happened to stumble upstairs at the Londoner last night, you might have wondered just what the hell was going on. Why were so many of these men wearing suits to the bar? Is that a sweater vest in the corner? Everyone's throwing the word "santorum" around with such enthusiasm -- have we stumbl ... More >>
As part of their ongoing strategy to make April the most hated month of the year, the U.S. government requires that you turn in your taxes on Monday. Yes, that's right: It's the time of year again where you have to strain your eyes and flip through your receipts, desperately hoping to find possib ... More >>
If you missed Pacman Jones on CBS' NFL pre-game Saturday afternoon, here are the highlights lowlights: *His hair was in a sorta mohawk, stolen from Wesley Snipes' Blade, and he was wearing a cheesy, white sports jacket, a la Don Johnson in Miami frigging' Vice. *He used "man" as some of pu ... More >>
Kristofferson helps Bass Hall make it
This love isnt just black and white
Blade confronts the ultimate vampire, and geeks everywhere rejoice
Alfre Woodard takes a seat at the Feast
Billy Cundiff's performance was great. So why do I hate him?
Colin Farrell's stuck in a Phone Booth. Shoot, already.
So long as it keeps moving, Blade II entertains
Anne Rice's cheesy vampire queen doesn't suck
Wesley Snipes kicks his way through the flashy, messy Art of War
Or: How do you bring a comic book to life without killing a superhero?
Maya Angelou extends her domain by taking on film with Down in the Delta
Jackie's latest trots out some familiar moves while avoiding traffic problems
This vampire killer, despite its pedigree, never comes to life
Spike Lee's Get on the Bus takes us to amazing places
Parents of retarded adults blame city's failure to heed plea for sidewalks
To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar is a plastic pleasure
Melvin and Mario Van Peebles' Festival-capping historical drama Panther is a muddled mess