We're not sure why Delivery Man exists.
For Matt Damon and company, the message is the message.
Thirteen years and a hundred school shootings later, why is Hollywood still obsessed with this one?
The video for Youth Lagoon's "July" is like one of Stephen King's short stories come to life. Not like one of the ones about giant rats or haunted hotel rooms. We mean his study pieces on the apocalypse. Something like "Night Surf," in which a group of ordinary teenagers survive a deadly plague, and ... More >>
The B-52's are the quintessential alternative/New Wave/jam band. They can be both metaphorical and fun at the same time. However, what makes them different from other New Wave bands is that lead singer Fred Schneider provides a unique sprechgesang style to the genre. The band met after having a few ... More >>
seanyseult.comWhile there are and have been so many notable women in rock-and-roll, and we'd like to honor them all, we've chosen the specific starting point of recognizing rock's best female bassists. As a bassist, I looked up to nearly each and every one of these women as I learned the bass ... More >>
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 >>
How I turned some newspaper stories into a book which became a movie that caused those two guys to kiss
Looking back at Che, The Dark Knight, Milk, Slumdog Millionaire, Wall-E and many others, and looking ahead to 2009
Gus Van Sant's recaptures Californian intolerance at exactly the right time
Step Aside, Dame Edna
A Russian grandmother visits the troops, and brings light to their misguided mission in Chechnya
Gus Van Sant returns to disaffected youth and shoestring budgets
Joy Division portrait proves the exception to the rock biopic drool
Your guide to the season's hottest films (and the other ones, too)
Cannes 2007 was a success, but how many of its movies will you actually get to see?
How the Americans fared at Cannes.
Foreign films dominate this year at Cannes.
Our one-man jury bestows honors on the best of Cannes 2007.
Art imitates life as U.S. directors command this year's fest, with only China rivaling for celluloid domination.
It's Spartan hotties versus Persian trannies in Zack Snyder's far-too-faithful Frank Miller adaptation
Richard Linklater's ensemble polemic may just turn you off burgers for good
In which we call bullshit on J.T. LeRoy's "essay" in the Oxford American's music issue
Last Days follows the final spiral of a tormented musician
Nicole Kidman falls in love with a ten-year-old boy -- sorry, her dead husband
Gerry survives nicely on scant dialogue and ample images
Filmmaking in 2002 wasn't just for the boys
Five years after Swingers, Jon Favreau just wanted to get a movie Made
Gus Van Sant goes Good Will Hunting one more time with Finding Forrester
Denis Johnson's junkies drift along in Jesus' Son, and so do we
The old were bold in an era of Hollywood mainstream misses
Van Sant pumps fresh blood into his tribute to the classic
Powerful Clay Pigeons scores with country-style noir
With The Basketball Diaries, Leonardo DiCaprio becomes a star