Sandra Bullock proves she has the right stuff.
It's little surprise many famous movie scenes involve food; there's a certain pleasure in watching characters eat the foods we enjoy in real life or grapple with familiar challenges of cooking, say, lobsters. But have you ever been watching a film and someone mentions a food you've never hear of? O ... More >>
Michael Bay injects potent absurdity into the unbelievable true story of Pain & Gain.
And then there were four! (I know, on the list of lame, cliched, bloggy catchphrases "And then there was (however many are left)" is right behind "Houston, we have a problem." but I'm still a little rattled from falling for the Dream Shake's April Fool's Day prank. I'm running simple plays here, n ... More >>
On March 5, 1963, country singers Patsy Cline, Cowboy Copas, and Hawkshaw Hawkins died in a plane crash near Camden, Tennesee, about 90 miles west of Nashville. Around 6:20 p.m., their Piper Comanche PA-24 aircraft slammed into the ground, killing everyone on board instantly and leaving a six-foot-d ... More >>
Photos by Troy FieldsCheck out our pictures of the final round of space shuttle simulation training at NASA's Mission Control. Space. If you are anything like me, you've probably started to take it for granted. Save for disasters like the Columbia explosion in 2003, the country as a whole no ... More >>
Forty years ago today, the second-most famous space words ever were uttered: "Houston, we have a problem."THAT'S NOT WHAT HE ACTUALLY SAID, some people are likely screaming at this point. Yes, it was actually "Houston, we've had a problem." Deal with it.When it comes to Apollo 13, though, many ca ... More >>
Ed Harris goes traditional
Anything for Art
Get another look at this End Game artist at the CAMH
The Brothers Affleck come through with a complex, sophisticated Boston crime drama
The year in review
When David Cronenberg picks up a pistol, Violence begets comedy
In this Little Black Book you'll find a lot of mean people
Another SNL vet may be the next Bill Murray. Seriously.
One man's deceptions help to highlight our own flaws in The Human Stain
Cuba gives a loud performance in the mawkish Radio
The dark Buffalo Soldiers may be one of the year's best
Streep, Moore and Kidman reveal that it's sad to be sad
Owen Wilson goes down Behind Enemy Lines and lands in familiar terrain
A needless love triangle deflates the tense sniper showdown in Gates
Ed Harris's biopic on Jackson Pollock coasts on the merits of its tormented subject
She's finally been invited to the Oscar party, but what will she do after the ball?
Tears will flow over this terrific showcase for Sarandon
Everyman's Jim Carrey examines TV's omnipotence in The Truman Show
Don't come looking for subtlety, but Titanic is a great big, romantic cornball success
Eastwood crawls over the hill and into the sunset
The Rock tests the hypothesis that moviegoers like 'em fast, splashy and loud
1996 Summer Guide
An old-fashioned detective story. A newfangled detective.
Eye for an Eye wants to appeal to the vigilante within us
Though not great, 1995 still produced some movies worth seeing (and reseeing)
Both corny and inspiring, Apollo 13 is about more than a space mission
Reactionary and racist, Just Cause is just too dumb to get worked up about