The film tries to be direct, but is just maddeningly coy.
We look at the year a man fell in love with a phone and a whole lot more.
The World Is a Stage
Joy Division portrait proves the exception to the rock biopic drool
Cate camps it up for Queen Hard with a Vengeance
The Libertine's protagonist is a boor you can't ignore
Terry Gilliam returns, with no one but himself to blame
A taut psychological drama morphs into a thriller. Unfortunately.
Michael Winterbottom paints a plausibly problematic tomorrow in Code 46
In a year of big-screen sadness, our critics comfort those who triumphed
Jim Sheridan's semiautobiographical film is as emotionally truthful as it is satisfying
Quiet, quirky Morvern Callar chases her freedom
Cinema 2002 counterbalanced a treacherous world
Spielberg's Minority Report gets good grades until the end
Denis Johnson's junkies drift along in Jesus' Son, and so do we