Wednesday, January 16 2008
PopMatters proffers its collection of 2007's most notable defective faves. And it's okay to laugh. After all, we'd probably do the same to you and your uncomfortable fixations as well.
Friday, September 7 2007
"I would love to not ever have to repeat myself."
By the time Shoot 'Em Up is done with all the "phallic mumbo jumbo," it doesn't seem to be saying much that's new.
Monday, January 9 2006
'This is why I love DVDs,' says Terry Gilliam. 'I can completely destroy the illusion of my film.'"
Friday, August 26 2005
Will worries out loud, 'Nothing makes sense here, it's like being inside Jake's head.'"
Thursday, February 24 2005
As the last bill appears -- a three dollar 'bogus' bill featuring George W. Bush's face -- Spike Lee laughs. 'Hopefully, by the time you're seeing this DVD, he'll be out!'"
Monday, August 30 2004
The sympathetic viewers are hard to watch, as Mary and Mary Magdalene repeatedly collapse against one another, trembling.
Friday, July 30 2004
Spike Lee's She Hate Me begins with money.
Thursday, February 26 2004
This problem of truth -- how it might be defined, known, or told -- underlies most all of Mel Gibson's film.
Monday, November 10 2003
'Why, Mr. Anderson?'asks Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving), for what seems the umpteenth time.