We critics love to give Oscar the razz. After all, they get it wrong so many times that, inherently, we view it as an out of touch, deeply political body whose process allows art to die at the hands of studio artifice.
With Die Hard, the hero is as proactive as he is reactive. Here, he's just a sideshow, and a worn out one as well.
At least three out of six of the seven.
Reagan and the ladies.
(T)his is Die Hard by the numbers, and said digits just don't add up.
Tired of all the candy and flowers? Want to stab Cupid with his own acrimonious arrow? Then fire up the home theater and feast on these 10 examples of emotion as evil on this day we celebrate all things love.
Sometimes, a small thing can explode into an unavoidable problem. In this case, Peter Pan wears its bigotry on its sleeve. Luckily, it's not enough to ruin an otherwise magical movie experience.
Welcome to our weekly field guide to 1950s horror and sci-fi movies and the creatures that inhabit them. This week: scary things get born on the bayou -- and killed there -- in The Alligator People.
Three decades ago, John Waters called it bad taste. Today, it's been embraced as part of mainstream moviemaking.
Chewing and singing the scenery