Jeanine Basinger explains why there are so few great marriage movies.
Who's the new guy?
Superheroes bump superegos in Joss Whedon's all-star film.
Looking back on the year in movies, and what's coming in 2012.
The latest video on our exchange program with Mick Cullen at Subterranean Radio brings us a Danish band called WhoMadeWho. Hopefully the picture up there has already eliminated any AC/DC reference points your brain might have been attempting, because WhoMadeWho is so far on the other side of ... More >>
Kanye West is a rapper from Chicago and Jay-Z is a rapper from New York. They made an album together and they called it Watch the Throne and DAS CCRRAAAZZZYYY!!!! It's silly to pretend like Throne isn't good, or at least interesting. Or at least rich. Or at least contemplative. Or at least i ... More >>
Tiffany Young-Hartley: Only Reese Witherspoon could do her justiceOkay, so it's time to get started on the script and casting for the movie about David and Tiffany's fateful Jet-Ski trip on Falcon Lake. First, what to name this movie? The Pirates of Falcon Lake will never do: it conjures Johnn ... More >>
Sure, we all know you can't talk about it, but there's no rule that you can't watch it over and over again
Ricky Gervais can only get so far, or so funny, with The Invention of Lying.
Asking questions on the Oscars' red carpet is not quite as glamorous as getting asked questions on the Oscars' red carpet, but two students from Rice are hoping fervently they get the chance.The team of Faheem Ahmed and Anish Patel (hopeful correspondent and cameraman, respectively) is among the top ... More >>
New York cop drama holds the audience hostage
In the shadow of Iron Man, the latest from Marvel can't live up to its billing
Eerie melodrama explores the dark arts in turn-of-the-century Vienna
Christian Bale chases phantoms and loses sleep in Brad Anderson's latest
The Italian Job, a remake better than the original, is a steal
A man's last day of freedom becomes Spike's moving meditation on 9/11
The year's best featured plenty of sad white guys
Cinema 2002 counterbalanced a treacherous world
Without Elmer Bernstein, scores of movies wouldn't have sounded the same
Julie Taymor and Salma Hayek paint a spectacular portrait of Frida Kahlo
Dreamy Red Dragon completes the Hannibal boxed set
Robin Williams returns to his comic-anarchic roots
A venomous troll and a poofy rhino fight for children's affection in Death to Smoochy
So, there's a rabbi and a priest... wait, maybe you've heard this one...
Tired plotlines pummel Fight Club
Nobody's clamoring to claim this uncertain neo-Nazi film
In Woody's world, everyone erupts into show tunes
Larry Flynt the movie does something Larry Flynt the man wouldn't: It fails to go all the way