retelling the stories of better movies.
The first?Time marches on. There comes a point in all of our lives when the inevitability of our eventual demise goes from esoteric concept to concrete fact. There's no set schedule for when awareness will strike; maybe it's the first time your back gives out, or when you find yourself squint ... More >>
From McG's Terminator, that is. What a drag.
Walk the Line never strays from the dull telling of a tall tale
Americans likely will swarm to Ladder 49, an unabashed homage to firefighters
Arnold's reprogrammed -- Terminator 3 isn't. But it is fun.
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies requires a brain cell or two?
Chris Carter considers the futures of X-Files and Lone Gunmen
Take heart, Boomers: You're never too old to be tortured by romance
Striptease captures the essence of Carl Hiaasen's darkly funny novel
Robbie Bayley's life led straight to his death. Only nobody could see where he was going.