Josh Groban Toyota Center, November 12 An all-American opera-singing pop star you can take home to Mom, Josh Groban almost doesn't seem human: he's smart, good-looking, self-deprecating, and his radiant baritone can thaw a glacier. It has no trouble filling sports arenas, that's for sure, a good th ... More >>
Most surveillance videos offer long stretches of not a lot happening, interspersed with a brief burst of criminal activity. But this latest offering from Crime Stoppers and HPD, my God -- suspense, international intrigue, a frantic chase and sprint for freedom -- it's the summer blockbuster of the ... More >>
Nobody watches commercials much these days. Digital TV recorders and the steady decline of network TV mean we no longer have to pay a lot of attention to television advertising. And anyway, companies have figured out other avenues, using the internet and people's foreheads and Jerry Bruckheim ... More >>
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â€‹You used to be cool, John Cusack.We first noticed it in the 1980s, when "cool" didn't have a lot of meaning. People used the word in connection with Jan Hammer, the Go-Bots, and Kirk Cameron, which should give you an idea how lost we really were. But somehow you dodged the pitfalls of The Bre ... More >>
Cannes 2007 was a success, but how many of its movies will you actually get to see?
Diamonds in the Rough
Coast Guard epic succumbs to watery clichés
The Pirates are back, and they're out to ransack your wallet
A reckless cop goes undercover as the Underclassman
The Dark Knight's origin story can't overcome its Baleful side
Sahara has no reason to exist, until you see who made it
In a year when small movies came up big, picking the best was a Payne
National Treasure makes one long for good Nic Cage movies -- like Con Air
Team America takes no prisoners and spares no swear words
Two Koreans go to war in the masterful epic Tae Guk Gi
A stuntman is mightily impressed by Houston's rail crashes
These Saint Nicks can be real pricks
Jay-Z previews his latest opus, The Black Album
Girls tries a tired lesson -- grow up, already
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies requires a brain cell or two?
This Douglas-Brooks remake is bigger and broader, but not better
Sleater-Kinney graduates from the club circuit to shed shows. Is the world ending?
Kangaroo Jack is a real punch in the pouch
Aaron Stanford wants his stepmom in the digital video Tadpole
When it comes to producing movies, it's a fine art (or Art Linson)
The latest terrorist flick isn't just insensitive -- it's downright senseless
Meet The New Guy, same as the old guy
Scott's Black Hawk Down pays grim, gritty homage to real-life warriors
Audiences love Jerry Bruckheimer. Critics don't. Like he cares.
On September 11, the world needed superheroes. It found them not in comic books, but in real life.
Pearl Harbor's sound and fury signify nothing
TV managed to suck and blow in 2000, but still, we watched...and watched
Jerry Bruckheimer wants to be taken seriously with Remember the Titans. You can stop laughing now.
Filmmaker lets the audience judge who's good and bad in the compellingly vague Way of the Gun
Chris McQuarrie won an Oscar for Usual Suspects, to which Hollywood responded, "Big deal"
Hey, wasn't Coyote Ugly supposed to serve up sex and alcohol?
Someone take the wheel, 'cause the filmmakers don't know where they're headed
With a head full of Notorious thoughts, director John Woo leads the charge in the visceral M:I-2
Enemy of the State parallels special prosecutor plots
Feeling is forgotten in hard-sell Armageddon
Travolta and Cage make Face/Off more than skin-deep
Bruckheimer's production shows all his Con-temptible traits
The Rock tests the hypothesis that moviegoers like 'em fast, splashy and loud
Two new films take on the issues, but only one entertains with its answers
Crimson Tide dives deep, but ends up dead in the water