Brady Corbit explains how a nice gut became Simon Killer.
Oliver Stone's drug-trade drama settles for sensation.
An oddly tame adaptation of The Rum Diary.
From party girl to Oscar winner, Sofia Coppola's journey to Somewhere.
Horror -- it's yours for freeHollywood, believe it or not, is absolutely eager to bring back the classic horror film. Movies like Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, Dracula -- they're all in the pipeline, which of course doesn't guarantee anything.But much depended on Wolfman.Not-so-fresh off ... More >>
There's one thing you should remember about Che, being released today: this is a movie, not a documentary. Keep that in mind and you should be okay. History and director Steven Soderbergh have both been kind to Che, the revolutionary, some might say too kind. But politics aside, Che the fil ... More >>
Soderbergh's two Che Guevara films in one four-hour sitting
Get another look at this End Game artist at the CAMH
A jury divided unites around Laurent Cantet's schoolhouse drama
What comes after the nuptials in this Danish melodrama? A hell of a lot more than the reception
Get a bang for your buck this Fourth of July
What's black and white and red all over? Sin City, pal.
Juarez (Sugar Hill Records)
In a year of big-screen sadness, our critics comfort those who triumphed
The heart wants what the brain has to fight for in 21 Grams
Jesse Dayton and Lew Temple do. And now so does Hollywood.
Friedkin tries -- and fails -- to make a French Connection with The Hunted
My First Mister's odd couple transcends the silly stuff.
Julia Roberts's and Brad Pitt's performances go straight south in The Mexican
With Snatch, director Guy Ritchie desperately wants to be the Tarantino of the Thames
With Traffic, Steven Soderbergh takes an unblinking look at America's drug policies
Generally a letdown, the year in film offered some well-crafted works that are best viewed as double features
Filmmaker lets the audience judge who's good and bad in the compellingly vague Way of the Gun
Chris McQuarrie won an Oscar for Usual Suspects, to which Hollywood responded, "Big deal"
Fear and Loathing is the latest in Terry Gilliam's cinematic revolution
In The Fan, Robert De Niro would kill for the Giants -- literally
Though not great, 1995 still produced some movies worth seeing (and reseeing)