Thursday, September 11 2008
Just like the end of an inspiring speech that may or may not succeed in making its point, these final four weeks before 2009 tend to define or defeat the entire awards season purpose.
Thursday, December 4 2008
Frank Langella seethes and pulsates with cunning as the deposed president in 'Frost/Nixon', a far cry from the grinning cowboy executive Josh Brolin presented in 'W'.
Friday, September 27 2013
That each of these Formula One drivers sees himself in the other makes them a perfect couple, but also a terrible combination.
Thursday, January 13 2011
The Dilemma is a tense, uncomfortable drama about infidelity and the boundaries of friendship. The problem is, it’s supposed to be a comedy.
Sunday, November 29 2009
A slight upgrade from its predecessor is not enough to recommend such a forgettable production.
Tuesday, October 20 2009
What did Dr. Seuss ever do to Hollywood? How did the genial children's author, responsible for many of the most memorable kid lit classics of all time turn into such a cinematic pariah?
Friday, May 15 2009
A Harvard professor is an unlikely candidate for the hero of a summer blockbuster, and Angels & Demons demonstrates exactly why. The film is filled with talk, talk, talk.
Thursday, May 19 2011
The inherent value of these films goes beyond the basics of a Ron Howard resume. This is escapism at its silly, '70s best.
Friday, January 14 2011
The Dilemma is the kind of movie that is so aggravating, that is so stupid in its set-up and narrative execution that it makes you want to throw things.
Friday, April 9 2010
Apollo 13 reminds us of a time not too long ago when the United State rallied around itself to support a group of far thinkers in their endeavor to discover our planet's place among the galaxy.
Monday, October 12 2009
What did Dr. Seuss ever do to Hollywood? How did the genial children's author, responsible for many of the most memorable kid lit classics of
Thursday, May 14 2009
Unlike Da Vinci, which threatened to rewrite the legacy of one of the most important figures in world history, all we have here is a bunch of dead cardinals and the possibility of the Vatican being destroyed.
Thursday, December 23 2010
LOS ANGELES — The creations of Stephen King have been keeping people up at night for decades, but Ron Howard has been losing sleep lately for
Thursday, January 22 2009
It was a dark day for "The Dark Knight" as the 81st annual Oscar nominations, announced Thursday, snubbed the most popular film since "Titanic." Christopher
Thursday, January 8 2009
As movie adaptations of stage plays go, the recently released "Frost/Nixon" and "Doubt" are among the best of recent vintage, not least because the
Sunday, December 14 2008
"I really did think it was going to be seven weeks, in and out," says Frank Langella, recalling his decision, in early 2006, to star as
Thursday, December 11 2008
Movie-star math: Michael Sheen is to the Martin Sheen acting family as Adam Baldwin is to the Alec Baldwin acting family - no relation. The