When it comes to music, Jeff Bridges is not some dilettantish actor noodling around with a guitar. Inspired by Bob Dylan and the Beatles, he and a friend would play hootenannys at L.A. clubs like Ledbetter's while still in high school. Years later, while filming the infamous 1980 western Heaven's Ga ... More >>
Winter’s Tale is pretty but not much else.
Saving Mr. Banks mansplains, Disney-style.
Kristen Stewart and Garrett Hedlund chat about the film version of On the Road.
Seven Psychopaths is a great, nasty time at the movies.
Everything you've heard about Midtown cocktail bar Double Cross Lounge no longer applies.
Steven Spielberg presents...The 2011 Comic Con wrapped up last weekend. Over 120,000 of the geeky, nerdy, attention starved, and Twilight-headed descended upon sunny San Diego last weekend for what has become the entertainment industry's premiere showcase for anything related to comics, video ... More >>
It's hard out there for an employed, middle-class, white-collar male in Horrible Bosses.
Rocks Off has no idea why Mick Jagger might prefer Performance to Ned Kelly.Over recent years, Rocks Off has been repeatedly surprised by the quality performances of musicians in films. Naturally, there are some duds in the mix; even Mick Jagger himself, who starred in 1970's Ned Kelly, disow ... More >>
The center of all things smarmy and controversial.Celebrities have money and fame and are constantly surrounded by controversy. Many of them never make it back from a serious legal problem or a major embarrassment. Ask Mel Gibson. Others, however, find their footing and manage to right the s ... More >>
Alley brings on the gore.
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I probably didn't need to remind you that today is the 174th anniversary of the Battle of San Jacinto, where Sam Houston led the Texas Army to victory over the forces of General Antonio López de Santa Anna. The battle brought an end to the bloody Texas Revolution, and made siestas unfashiona ... More >>
Country music, faded stardom, liquor, and age in Crazy Heart.
New York cop drama holds the audience hostage
Martin McDonagh's sightseeing hit-men flick, isn't much of a trip
Life Stinks, Blah, Blah, Blah
Violent shootouts and dangerous love collide in Mann's visceral Vice
Robert Towne's homage to a struggling writer is something of a struggle itself
The New World boldly reclaims the Pocahontas tale from Disney
Racists, louts and terrorists earned their place among the best of 2005
Howard Hughes gets what he wants, in this case a fun and loving biopic
An epic story turns human -- and fallible -- in Oliver Stone's Alexander
Here's your chance to take part in a Hollywood test screening
Everybody loves Colin in A Home at the End of the World
Intermission kicks through the debris of modern Ireland
Suriyothai gives early Thailand an epic identity
Colin Farrell is stuck in a Phone Booth. Shoot, already.
This comic book adaptation may be gritty, but Ben Affleck isn't
Daredevil is a grown-up adaptation, but still too two-dimensional
The Recruit is full of surprises -- too many, in fact
Spielberg's Minority Report gets good grades until the end
Audiences are the real POWs in this unoriginal and ponderous Bruce Willis effort
American Outlaws' parallel dimensions diminish Jesse James into a cuddly, goofy bore