Here's a first-world problem: heavy, allegorical sci-fi.
Ginger & Rosa reveals young women — and a world — on the verge.
Thirteen years and a hundred school shootings later, why is Hollywood still obsessed with this one?
The movies that win the Oscar for Best Picture aren't the only ones that deserve your attention. Here are five films that were nominated, but lost, that we think are worth a screening.
Tilda Swinton and her problem child in We Need to Talk About Kevin.
We've had a couple of days to recover from all of those holiday parties, and we're already looking forward to this weekend's offerings. Here are a few of the events on our list. On Friday, we'll be stopping by the "Joseph Cohen: Fatto in Italia" opening at Wade Wilson Art. Cohen, part of the Conc ... More >>
Looking back on the year in movies, and what's coming in 2012.
Jeez, when are they going to stop casting ugly actors in these Bond movies?So it turns out Javier Bardem (No Country for Old Men, Vicky Cristy Barcelona) is going up against 007 in Bond 23: After months of speculation about who would play the villain in the next James Bond installment, we fi ... More >>
You know the drill: the fall movie season starts today, my pretties (my review of Contagion will be up soon...there's a reason it didn't make the preview). Yesterday we covered the first half of 2011's most anticipated upcoming releases, determined through a rigorous scientific analysis consi ... More >>
Virtuoso filmmaking, retro politics in a crisp thriller.
Tilda Swinton's got to be free in I Am Love.
Enjoy the great indoors!
Photo by Sandra KoopThe 2009 Cinema Arts Festival Houston is rolling out the red carpet as we speak, for today's opening night screenings.Over at the Angelika Film Center, the highly anticipated Precious starts at 7 p.m., while over at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the festival's opening nigh ... More >>
The fledgling Cinema Arts Festival Houston has bagged a big name for the event: Tilda Swinton. (If Tilda Swinton isn't a big-enough name for you, you're probably not the type of movie fan who would appreciate the Cinema Arts Festival Houston.)Swinton, who's starred in Orlando and won an Oscar for ... More >>
Wandering Spain with the lone wolf of Jim Jarmusch's Limits of Control.
Remarkably consistent, the Coens make another mockery
Judd Apatow's pretty good year and much more
Avoiding its anti-dogma roots, Golden Compass veers off-course
Watch your back, Grisham: Michael Clayton's no ordinary legal thriller
C.S. Lewis's world comes to life in The Chronicles of Narnia
Mike Mills's debut is smart, funny and gorgeously sad
Jim Jarmusch offers up another quest story for hipsters, and they'll be pleased
In the season of sequels and Happy Meal toys, '05 may be a pleasant surprise.
Constantine shuns its comic-book roots for real depth as Reeves returns in black
Temptation flourishes in the garden of Young Adam
If being Charlie Kaufman is no fun, watching Charlie Kaufman is a real drag
A host of first-timers lit up the screen in 2001
Can a film without pictures really be a film?