The Big Wedding is vile, racists and embarrassing.
Why real sex in real movies never quite works.
A stoner goes after his date with destiny in Jeff, Who Lives at Home.
OMG y'all, Miley Cyrus smokes weed, according to this video from the multimillionaire pop and TV star's 19th birthday party last Wednesday. Okay, she's not really a music star, but that whole Hannah Montana dual personality stuff was pretty popular. Truth be told, we think Cyrus has more than earn ... More >>
The Rocky Horror Picture Show turns 35 this week. Rocks Off started going to the midnight queen of cult movies at the River Oaks Theater when we were just 15 years old, and has now strapped on high heels and corsets as part of the cast for the better part of a decade. It's an experience so ... More >>
Don't worry, Bat Out Of Hell will be released soon.Last Sunday wasn't just an unpleasant day for Houston Texans fans, it also marked a largely unheralded anniversary. Fans of The Rocky Horror Picture Show mark a big milestone today - they've been doing the "Time Warp" for 35 years. The cult ... More >>
Stone's sequel lets the bad guys off easy.
Thanks to the magic of 3-D CGI, Peter Jackson makes a one-dimensional Lovely Bones.
Once grand, this story is now just another chick flick
Tales from the big house get on the big screen
A documentary chronicles the never-say-die life of an influential journalist
It's anime on overdrive in the Wachowski brothers' souped-up, tricked-out flick
Fairy-tale land and the real world collide to no good end in Enchanted
Don't let Paul Haggis's heavy hand stop you from seeing his latest
The deflowering of a Rocky Horror Picture Show virgin
Elizabethtown is a mess -- not that its director should care
Le Tigre and Electrelane bring an evening of transatlantic feminist mayhem to the Engine Room. Don't worry, boys -- you can come too.
Films that look at madness in the eyes of the law
Distributors still don't honeymoon with small romantic comedies
Moonlight Mile wastes its setting and its star
Cats & Dogs is all bark and no bite
Buckcherry says screw that PC crap, and take us as we are
Anywhere But Here treats a mother-daugther relationship like kid stuff
Guinevere gives a new twist to old-young romance
Illuminata's quality cast starts strong but loses focus
A true case offers testimony to the talents of Travolta and Duvall
Tears will flow over this terrific showcase for Sarandon
Twilight is dim indeed
Sharon Stone's Last Dance has good intentions, and absolutely awful timing
Dead Man Walking finds no easy answers to the hard questions of capital punishment
Louisa May Alcott's classic novel makes another classic movie
Another Grisham thriller hits the screen, with middling results