Check out part 1 of our interview with Don Letts by clicking here. Film and video director Don Letts has a lengthy and varied resume, but is most associated with The Clash. The new all-compassing band box set, Sound System (Sony) includes a DVD of Letts' concert, promo, and atmospheric videos he sh ... More >>
The movies are full of bed-hopping men -- think of Humphrey Bogart's serial flirtations in The Big Sleep (1946), and Richard Roundtree laying his way uptown and down in Shaft (1971). But in Steve McQueen's Shame, slated to open in Houston December 16, womanizing is not just an outgrowth of the plot ... More >>
The Bounty Hunter earned $21 million at the box office last weekend. A respectable take, though only enough to place third -- behind Alice in Wonderland and fellow opener Diary of a Wimpy Kid. The movie still looks like it'll earn a decent haul, then again, I don't remember seeing any of the Wimpy ... More >>
Pirate Radio gets a tame U.S. release, but we still love rock and roll.
This documentary, originally broadcast on BBC television, traces the coalition of the "underground" movement in swinging '60s London. Beginning with a groundbreaking 1965 gathering/reading of the Beat poets at the Royal Albert Hall and following with the opening of the Indica bookstore and gallery, ... More >>
This Pride & Prejudice brings fresh passion to an old love story
Danny Deckchair sends an upbeat message from down under
Richard Curtis is in Love with love, so what's new?
How two American filmmakers made a very British Boy
Hugh Grant shows real substance in a solid comedy about growing up
Someone please find some substitute filmmakers for The Replacements
Julia Roberts and her cleavage fight social injustice in Erin Brockovich
Star power isn't enough to overcome this hollow romance