Wednesday, August 4 2010
Moving stealthily between gigs in indies and studio films for more than a decade now, Clarkson talks to PopMatters about her newest challenge: top-lining her first-ever romantic lead in IFC's Cairo Time.
Friday, July 25 2008
Monday, March 17 2008
If there's a single image worth contemplating in Doomsday, it's Eden's strapping lats and shoulders.
Sunday, April 8 2007
Unlike the story from which it derives, there is no "oomph". There is no sense of danger. There is no excitement.
Monday, January 22 2007
As 24's sixth day takes shape, it looks as though moral certainty isn't what it used to be.
Friday, December 1 2006
When word of Catherine Hardwicke's attachment to The Nativity Story first surfaced, the possibilities swirled: what if the film reimagined the about-14-year-old Mary as a recognizable teenager?
Monday, June 19 2006
If you come away with nothing else from Syriana, it's that this concept -- winning -- is an illusion, at least in any sort of long run.
Wednesday, November 23 2005
This Middle Eastern spy thriller is complex and earnest, a film that repays close attention.
Sunday, January 1 1995
Forces of nature make for excellent movie villains. Twisters, storms at sea, icebergs, earthquakes, wild rivers full of snakes, volcanoes -- they're all big, bad, easily recognizable bullies, mainly because, by definition, they never pick on anyone their own size.