The filmmaker talks 70mm, Joaquin Phoenix, and researching Scientology for his sixth and most anticipated movie.
Novelist Bret Easton Ellis has skewered the demimonde of Los Angeles and New York City. So what about South Beach?
Terry Gilliam returns, with no one but himself to blame
Some interesting horror flicks, a couple of relationship movies, and plenty of action save summer from sequels
It isn't the movie you may think it is, but Hostage will get your attention
Chinese director Zhang Yimou carves a masterpiece
In a year when small movies came up big, picking the best was a Payne
The Bride's back for blood, this time without the mess
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies actually requires a brain cell or two?
Neil Burger fabricates Kennedy's Assassin, and he's mostly on target
Audiences love Jerry Bruckheimer. Critics don't. Like he cares.
It took exactly three nanoseconds for pop music to snap out of it
Billy Bob has a simple plan: to sing about life and lovin' his wife
Baz Luhrmann makes movies--and audiences--in his own image
Why the best teen movie of the year, based on a beloved novel, won't be in theaters
Or: Why winning an Oscar sometimes means losing sight of a career
Robert Altman wants your attention, if not your affection
Sandman author Neil Gaiman finds magic in the damnedest place
For Miami filmmaker Tag Purvis, completing his first full-length movie wasn't just a matter of going home. He also had to stay alive.
When an old friend told me she had produced and directed a major motion picture, I was pleasantly surprised. Then she told me what the movie was about.