Wednesday, September 5 2012
While the pickings may seem slim this month, thanks to new offerings from Robert Zemeckis, Ang Lee, and Steven Spielberg, the possibilities appear endless.
Monday, October 13 2008
Day Two - A demanding Decalogue overflowing with everything: from fascinating international fare, misbegotten masterworks, some out of the blue bafflers, and that seminal show about “nothing”.
Wednesday, April 8 2009
The most irreverent, knowing, daring and hippest time travel story of all time has, inevitably and fittingly, become a time capsule.
Sunday, April 28 2013
Director Robert Zemeckis explains that Who Framed Roger Rabbit is really "three elaborate films in one": a period live-action movie, an animated movie, and a special-effects extravaganza required to blend the two.
Monday, February 4 2013
Who can walk away from a near-death experience, unchanged?
Wednesday, November 7 2012
Flight asks whether truth should ever be weighed against justice. If so, where would integrity lie in this balance?
Friday, November 2 2012
Whip (Denzel Washington) is a familiar alcoholic type; not believing he is one and believing that he is in control even when he's hammering himself into stupors each night.
Wednesday, December 2 2009
Why Gump is not the poster boy for every Palin and Buchanan on the pundit circuit is astonishing.
Sunday, October 24 2010
Biff is the entire franchise's fulcrum, the turning point for almost every event in the McFlys' life. We need his danger, his seemingly unsinkable force to get us invested in the maudlin, milquetoast family.
Monday, November 23 2009
Forrest Gump: 15th Anniversary Edition - Paramount [$49.99]
Saturday, November 7 2009
It is perhaps the most maligned Best Picture Oscar winner of all time. While Sam Mendes' equally misjudged American Beauty gets an equal number of
Friday, November 16 2007
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Fantasy author Neil Gaiman automatically turns down offers to rewrite others' work for the screen, but in the case of "Beowulf,"