The films you won't want to miss.
DePalma replays all his greatest hits, and that's not a bad thing.
Here's a first-world problem: heavy, allegorical sci-fi.
Movies are alive in the Age of McConaughey.
We are only less than three hours out from bringing you live-blogging coverage, right here, of this year's Academy Awards, and we are more than excited to take you through the night for every win, loss, awful dress, awesome dress, foible, and foul-up Hollywood throws our way.
Up in the Air steers clear of the predictable route, lands the emotion.
And that pain will last (500) Days, but in a good way.
The Average Giuseppes of organized crime
Looking back at Che, The Dark Knight, Milk, Slumdog Millionaire, Wall-E and many others, and looking ahead to 2009
Our state is the top beer market in the country, so why are we falling behind in the microbrewery movement?
Your guide to the season's hottest films (and the other ones, too)
Art imitates life as U.S. directors command this year's fest, with only China rivaling for celluloid domination.
The MFAH pays homage to a cinematic revolutionary
Hollywood claims the sky is falling. To which we say Puh-lease.
A grieving woman spirals off the rails and takes us with her
Layer Cake is a hearty, confounding slice of the British underworld
Spielberg gets caught up in the thrill of the chase
In this Monte Cristo, revenge is a dish best served reheated
He steals Ali, but will Hollywood give Jamie Foxx a shot at the title?
The industry's initial reaction to Welles's masterwork should serve as a lesson to WorldFest filmmakers
Ambitious Blow explores the highs and lows of the '70s cocaine trade
Eight years ago Tom Curtis reported that AIDS could have been spread by an experimental polio vaccine grown on monkey kidneys. Scientists sniffed. Journalists scoffed. The story died. Now, a new book says the theory wasn't so stupid after all.
Your Friends' writer/director takes a wicked route through relationships