If you must see The Host, please bring a young man with you.
This week the film and music world lost Ken Russell, the director of the film adaptation of The Who's Tommy, Altered States, Women In Love, and The Music Lovers. He also did some weird, soft-core stuff you would see on late-night cable. Our first taste of Russell was Tommy , which warped our littl ... More >>
Anyone who's ever sat in front of television long enough knows that lawyers are better than regular people. They have nicer suits, drive cooler cars, and have awesomer sex -- sometimes with each other, sometimes with clients. But apparently that last one can be a bad thing, which is why the State Ba ... More >>
Judd Apatow and Adam Sandler, together at last in Funny People.
The Truth Won't Set You Free
Sean Penn delivers a soulful road movie and refuses to define his subject
Your guide to the season's hottest films (and the other ones, too)
Lame psych thriller another low point for Mr. Costner
De Niro takes a loooong, sloooow look at the history of the CIA
The King serves up a clumsy portrait of James Marsh's America
When David Cronenberg picks up a pistol, Violence begets comedy
DEJ Productions tries to give "direct-to-video" a good name
Kubrick seems to guide Spielberg's hand in the ponderous A.I.
The industry's initial reaction to Welles's masterwork should serve as a lesson to WorldFest filmmakers
Filmmakers responsible for the gimmicky Passion of Mind should have slept on the concept a little longer
Filmmakers return ballet, with all its metaphorical foreplay and backstage romance, to Center Stage
Minus his female soul mate, a young politician loses his spiritual way
Harrison plods through the flat Pollack mystery Random Hearts
Strife stirs relatives in the sentimental One True Thing
Dance has local angles but an unimaginative story
Lost in Space is dumb -- but it's a good dumb
Dark City asks: Who are you, if you can't remember who you are?
Conspiracy Theory offers a new action hero: the addled Everyman
Jane Eyre has everything it needs to succeed -- except life
Smaller, and with shorts, WorldFest/Houston cranks up its projectors
Though not great, 1995 still produced some movies worth seeing (and reseeing)
Apolitical and unfunny, Speechless has nothing to say