More like "The Fault in Our Adapters."
The adventure flick pretends it’s not an M. Night Shyamalan film
Over our extended weekend, we celebrated the birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. But one other eventful birthday I'd like to bring to your attention is one on January 20, this past Sunday. That's the birthday of acclaimed director David Lynch. The visionary filmmaker turned 67 years old. I ... More >>
There is nothing more wonderful than being alone on Valentine's Day! Naturally, we are being sarcastic. As one half of a couple, Valentine's Day brings potential surprise engagements, co-worker jealousy-inducing flower deliveries, overpriced prix fixe dinners, a reason to shop at Victoria's Secret, ... More >>
I know, we're all bummed out the Texans lost. But since you've been drinking anyway, you might as well crack open another one and sit through the one awards show even the People's Choice Awards can look down its nose at. I'll be updating this entry throughout the broadcast, so refresh often and try ... More >>
I can vouch for the fact that this movie is every bit as disturbing as the poster would lead you to believe that it is.Animated GIFs have been around, clogging up the Intertubes, for nearly as long as Netscape Navigator, the first browser into which the moving Graphics Interchange Format (GIF ... More >>
Saved from oblivion, this 1980s mock-doc stars a very, very young Diane Lane
Youre in trouble when you have to ask, Is that a meat-a-saurus?
Mike White's low-key directorial debut makes nice while slyly nipping at suburban America
Armed with his own brand of logic and a digital camera, David Lynch forges inward
For alumni of America's most prestigious film festival, winning is less than half the battle.
Tom Arnold leads a large ensemble cast. Yep, you read it right.
Even a stellar cast can't jump-start this dreary domestic drama
Nicholson disappears into a wondrous movie about quiet desperation
Sean Penn plays retarded for Oscar, and audiences aren't rewarded
David Atkins's Novocaine numbs even Steve Martin
Jurassic Park III has plenty of action, but it is saurly in need of a script
Robert Altman takes a well-aimed swipe at Dallas's shallow society set
Lynch cleverly shows his other side in Straight Story
Sputnik-inspired October Sky runs hot and coal
The Jurassic Park sequel isn't nearly nasty enough
The Alley's Arms and the Man has Shaw's humor, but not his tears
Dinosaurs Run Amuck Again, This Time B-Movie Style