It's hard out here for a priest. The sex-abuse scandals rocking the Roman Catholic Church refuse to go away, with more cases coming to light and casting doubt on the actions of those in the highest offices of the Vatican, including Big Pope-a himself: Critics have charged that Pope Benedict XVI, ... More >>
Why was this movie remade?
No matter the run time and budget, Spike Lee's WWII drama is an epic bore
Adam Sandler returns as a Mossad baddie turned stylist, and the bubbies will love him
Margot sees family for what it is: prickly
De Niro takes a loooong, sloooow look at the history of the CIA
Sandler and Nicholson yell at each other, and it's unpleasant
Someone oughta put a Capra in Sandler's ass
The smart Sprecher sisters engage in 13 Conversations About One Thing
It's hard to feel any sympathy for the aesthetes in The Man Who Cried
Monkeybone drops you into a surreal world overrun by your worst simian nightmares
She's finally been invited to the Oscar party, but what will she do after the ball?
The Coens take Homer on a Southern-fried odyssey in O Brother
Director turns his working-class concerns to a higher grade of neurosis: Gilbert and Sullivan
Tim Robbins's Cradle Will Rock only feels like it's re-creating the '30s a day at a time
Source pays homage to Kerouac and company
Illuminata's quality cast starts strong but loses focus
In Box of Moonlight, John Turturro finds himself ... in a too-precious movie
I learned many things when I accompanied a trio of bounty hunters to Mexico to fetch a fugitive drug suspect. Foremost among them: never leave your map at home...
Spike Lee works the phone-sex lines, but loses his connection
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
Redford's Quiz Show asks: how far will a man go to win?
Bill Forsyth stumbles on the road to profundity
A review of the films of '93, and hopes for an adventurous '94