Searching for eternal life in the interminable Pirates of the Caribbean.
We are only less than three hours out from bringing you live-blogging coverage, right here, of this year's Academy Awards, and we are more than excited to take you through the night for every win, loss, awful dress, awesome dress, foible, and foul-up Hollywood throws our way.
How therapy saved the monarchy in The King's Speech.
This weekend, the Houston Symphony performs Igor Stravinsky's ballet Rite of Spring, which, before it was featured alongside a bunch of dying dinosaurs in Walt Disney's Fantasia, was probably most famous for sparking a full-blown riot upon its premiere in Paris in May 1913. Seriously - check out ... More >>
This Israeli writer's been getting some impressive reviews
Cate camps it up for Queen Hard with a Vengeance
Your guide to the season's hottest films (and the other ones, too)
It's time to throw Jack Sparrow overboard
In Johnny and the crew's slick and handsome Pirates of the Caribbean, more is somehow less
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies requires a brain cell or two?
Julie Taymor and Salma Hayek paint a spectacular portrait of Frida Kahlo
Boorman and Le Carré lose touch with their thrill-seeking personae in Panama
Quills director behaves as if he were still making films for a puritanical age
Loony Mystery Men have the power only to make us laugh
Smart Shakespeare In Love treads lightly into romantic comedy
Exotic Elizabeth has admirable themes but an addled plot
Les Miserables is smart and sumptuous -- and way too tame
Too much symbolism (and too little sex) shatters Oscar and Lucinda
Children of the Revolution and Commandments could've been great black comedies
Shine strikes a few false notes in its delicate tale of salvation