Director brings gramdeur and a new kind of Ryan to the screen.
If everyone's seeing Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, you might want to be left behind.
When you grow up in a house devoid of religion you turn out...well, click the author's link and you'll see how you turn out. Some people think you are free of delusions and dogma, others consider you devoid of an important moral core. We couldn't tell you which is true, or both, or neither. In an Am ... More >>
The birth of psychoanalysis in A Dangerous Method.
Looking back on the year in movies, and what's coming in 2012.
You know the drill: the fall movie season starts today, my pretties (my review of Contagion will be up soon...there's a reason it didn't make the preview). Yesterday we covered the first half of 2011's most anticipated upcoming releases, determined through a rigorous scientific analysis consi ... More >>
Searching for eternal life in the interminable Pirates of the Caribbean.
Children sentenced to a certain fate in Never Let Me Go.
A company in Japan is making disposable guitars expressly made for smashing. At around $60 a pop, you won't be too terribly sad about hacking up the stage with it or clocking your bastard bassist or dullard drummer over the head at the end of the gig. Hell, at these prices you could open the ... More >>
Reignite your soccer passion with 2002's scoring dramedy
Lady Georgiana Spencer, cheated in life and in casting
Ian McEwan's Atonement, now as a bodice-ripper
Your guide to the season's hottest films (and the other ones, too)
It's time to throw Jack Sparrow overboard
The Pirates are back, and they're out to ransack your wallet
This Pride & Prejudice brings fresh passion to an old love story
Domino chronicles the life of a model-turned-bounty hunter
An experimental director and a harrowing tale fit The Jacket perfectly
Bruckheimer's knights go for grit but lose the glory
Richard Curtis is in Love with love, so what's new?
In Johnny and the crew's slick and handsome Pirates of the Caribbean, more is somehow less
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies requires a brain cell or two?
The UK's Bend It Like Beckham scores big