It's that ever-fascinating time again: the interstitial period between two eras of Batmen. As Christian Bale takes his leave and we welcome Ben Affleck to the cowl, it's a strange time for the Dark Knight. We've seen the way Bale and director Christopher Nolan portrayed him so darkly, and it's tough ... More >>
What critics who attack the director's borrowings miss.
Thirteen years and a hundred school shootings later, why is Hollywood still obsessed with this one?
When I blogged last week about five food maneuvers that only work on television, Nicholas L. Hall and Dave Lieberman corrected my assertion that drinking out of a straw stuck directly in an orange couldn't be done in real life. Furthermore, they offered some tips as to how to do so: "The trick ... More >>
Quentin Tarantino unleashes the revengeful bride
In anticipation of Valentine's Day, we now repost this list from our archives. Dinner and a movie at home can be very romantic - especially with the right food and the right flick. Here's a list of the Top Ten Food & Sex Scenes in the Movies to consider while planning your "quiet" evening at home. ... More >>
ALEXA'S SWEET KISS
Brooks's latest Producers is flawed, but it's better than the first
It'd Be Cool if this sequel were any good. Too bad it ain't.
The Bride's back for blood, this time without the mess
Kill Bill's missing something -- like, oh, a proper ending
The big-screen dames of cinema 2003 will keep you watching
Former friends reckon with reality in Linklater's Tape
Merchant Ivory's lush take on Henry James needs a few more turns of the screw
In Gail Gross, all things are one: spiritual wisdom, designer clothes and terrific skin
Les Miserables is smart and sumptuous -- and way too tame
Director Joel Schumacher, not Mr. Freeze, kills the Dark Knight
Ray Davies gets the kinks (if not the Kinks) out of his career
Janeane Garofalo makes a little deception go a very long (and very funny) way
Quentin Tarantino talks his sophomore film into an early grave