Wes Anderson's latest premieres at the Berlin Film Festival.
The films you won't want to miss.
Photos By Craig Hlavaty"Thanks for coming to the reenactment," joked David Yow, frontman of returning noise-punk heroes Scratch Acid on Friday night towards the end of the band's hour-long set at Fitzgerald's. The band played most every song they knew together, with Yow in pitch-perfect craze ... More >>
Did not make the cut.In my review of The Hangover Part II, I made a comment about the seeming preponderance of male genitalia on the big screen lately. The phenomenon has been limited primarily to comedies because, let's face it, penises are pretty damn funny looking. Judging by that screeni ... More >>
It's St. Patrick's Day, and as many of you have discovered, it is the only day out of the year when our normally free and enlightened society requires you to wear a certain color lest sudden and shocking violence be inflicted upon you. Every year on March 17, pinch-related emergency room visi ... More >>
But the Focker franchise has seen better days.
W Magazine: All about the art.In the latest news from the Land That Talent Forgot, Kim Kardashian has gone starkers for the November issue of W Magazine: Kim Kardashian has bared all on the cover of a fashion magazine. The reality star, who turns 30 on Oct. 21, appears nude on W Magazine's ... More >>
Each Wednesday, Rocks Off arbitrarily appoints one lucky local performer or group "Artist of the Week," bestowing upon them all the fame and grandeur such a lofty title implies. Know a band or artist that isn't awful? Email their particulars to firstname.lastname@example.org. Kurt BertilsonRemember ... More >>
If you noticed a lack of traffic today and wondered why, you're a heathen.It's Good Friday, man. You should be out celebrating. Celebrating the sadistic killing of some guy who did nothing wrong, except maybe violate some liquor laws by turning water into wine.The Crucifixion (and subsequent Resurre ... More >>
Quentin Tarantino's debut film features the colors of crime
New Orleans as breeding ground for one Bad Lieutenant.
Photos by Marc Brubaker/ Click here for a slideshowDeath, rebornThis year's Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin was the exact thing Aftermath needed in the midst of his fall concert schedule, even though the last day was marred by mud and constant rain. But after last month's dillo-dirtied Austin City Lim ... More >>
Each Wednesday, Rocks Off arbitrarily appoints one lucky local performer or group "Artist of the Week," bestowing upon them all the fame and grandeur such a lofty title implies. Know a band or artist that isn't awful? Email their particulars to email@example.com. You know what's a f ... More >>
Looking back at Che, The Dark Knight, Milk, Slumdog Millionaire, Wall-E and many others, and looking ahead to 2009
It's always a party at Genji Japanese Restaurant and Karaoke Bar
It'd Be Cool if this sequel were any good. Too bad it ain't.
Houston revelers spill their guts to The Nightfly
National Treasure makes one long for good Nic Cage movies -- like Con Air
Tim Blake Nelson's uneven holocaust drama exposes an ethical Grey Zone
Dreamy Red Dragon completes the Hannibal boxed set
A pumped-up U-571 recalls Wolfgang Petersen's famous German submarine drama
Jane Campion's latest has much to say about nothing at all
As funny and flawless as the original, Toy Story 2 suffers only from being second in line
Three Seasons shows off a young director's purity and purpose
Moviegoers may find both their Sixth Happiness and Seventh Heaven in these 40 featured indie films
Hollywood has found a new director in the flawed Lock, Stock
A fun documentary follows From Dusk Till Dawn
Fairytale is charming, inspiring -- and almost entirely fraudulent
Stallone seeks, but doesn't find, redemption in Cop Land
City of Industry is too existential for its own good
Tarantino meets Rodriguez and, no surprise, all hell breaks loose
Though not great, 1995 still produced some movies worth seeing (and reseeing)
With Clockers, Spike Lee givesa touching, and harrowing, view of inner-city life
Quentin Tarantino talks his sophomore film into an early grave
And the year ends with a surprise twist: fall movies that are falling flat