Silly, deeply serious and maybe the director's finest work.
Jarmusch’s undead know how to live.
Blockbuster sequel is more assured, but suffers from middle-book syndrome.
Michael Keaton is NOT in the movie but....Because God wants us to suffer, the Lifetime network is airing a made-for-TV movie about the Susan Wright case March 3. Wright, you'll remember, is the woman convicted of tying her husband to the bed and stabbing him 193 times, a scene re-enacted in c ... More >>
Bald eagles will weep for Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.
Jake Gyllenhaal heroic even during weird plot wrinkles.
Rocks Off can't argue with the fact that Beyonce Knowles is a stone-cold fox when she gets on the microphone and belts out a song, dripping in glitter and wearing a barely-there outfit. Her voice is at once menacing and thundering, but also femininely fragile. Plus she has to be super-cool behind th ... More >>
Spinning Blues into Lies
Marc Forster has a license to confuse and bore
Oliver Stone assigns motive to Dubya's m.o., but at this point, who cares?
John Freeborn reveals a bit of Philadelphias underground art scene
True or false? This heist flick is too much fun to fact-check
The Bond franchise takes a gamble on a new guy, and comes up aces
The brilliant, confounding Syriana digs for a necessary truth
Jim Jarmusch offers up another quest story for hipsters, and they'll be pleased
In the season of sequels and Happy Meal toys, '05 may be a pleasant surprise.
Demme's Candidate overhaul goes for the knowing giggle
Filmmakers transform Dostoyevsky's novel into the latest suburban tragedy
Ang Lee dares to cast a compassionate eye at the Confederacy in Ride with the Devil