Begin Again won’t let Mark Ruffalo play a person.
Thievery Corporation House of Blues May 1, 2014 It's always a treat to be in the same room as a world-class band; one that, no matter what part of the globe you're in, is welcomed with open arms. Thievery Corporation are just that. They are the definition of world music. They bring something that n ... More >>
Fall for James Gandolfini one final time.
‘Give us five minutes and we’ll change the world.’
Nothing's so funny in Peace, Love & Misunderstanding.
"OMG you can reach and touch his face" Thursday night, Rocks Off went to the first midnight screening of Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, in 3D no less. Yes we had a chaperone, but the late hour and the theater's location wasn't conducive to masses of screaming girls. The location we saw it ... More >>
Peter Pan complexes collide in Cyrus.
But compelling ones! Liberal guilt's got soul in Please Give.
Spike Jonze can't quite get the spirit of the Wild Things on screen.
Judd Apatow and Adam Sandler, together at last in Funny People.
Foxx and Downey's performances nearly save The Soloist from visual excess and shameless exploitation
The World Is a Stage
Full of itself and not half as funny as it thinks it is, this movie is simply tragic
Judd Apatow's pretty good year and much more
Playing down-on-her-luck, Amy Ryan's star rises.
Sean Penn delivers a soulful road movie and refuses to define his subject
A second, slimmer Capote movie fails to improve on its predecessor
Four women struggle to face midlife in Friends with Money
In Capote, a murder leads to a masterpiece leads to an undoing
A scintillating survey
The 40-Year-Old Virgin gets a heart-on while telling wonderfully dirty jokes
All talk and little action, The Interpreter doesn't even make sense
The daughter of a hippie recluse grows to see the world her own way
Neil LaBute tries to be nice but comes off very savage
From our innermost insecurities to the wildest flights of fantasy, 2002 stimulated both heart and head
Cinema 2002 counterbalanced a treacherous world
Simone teaches us an important lesson: Movies aren't real, duh
Soderbergh shoots in digital and hits his target: Hollywood
Sisters battle neuroses and each other in a film that's Lovely if not quite Amazing
A venomous troll and a poofy rhino fight for children's affection in Death to Smoochy
Confusing Simpatico explores the guilt that haunts three friends who pulled a scam in their youth
Being John Malkovich pulls all the right strings
Your Friends' writer/director takes a wicked route through relationships
Director dissects depraved and depersonalized urbanites
Out of Sight satisfies the eyes, mind and emotions
In Tom DiCillo's new movie, it's not the blonds who are dumb
In Box of Moonlight, John Turturro finds himself ... in a too-precious movie