Drivers headed west toward downtown on the MacArthur Causeway have been greeted by two strange sights lately. To the north, the old Miami Herald office has already begun to decay, its once grand signage replaced by the flickering neon of what looks like a dive bar named Brown Mackie College. Meanwhi ... More >>
Monday: Known for its convoluted plot but delicious noir atmosphere, The Lady From Shanghai screens poolside at the W Hotel. Orson Welles not only directed and starred in it; he cast his then-wife, Rita Hayworth, as the female lead. You can watch it for free this Monday night - thanks to the Miam ... More >>
Marco KornfeldAlex Daoud is one of those only-in-South-Florida characters -- a big and boisterous former Miami Beach mayor who sparred with Muhammad Ali, spent 18 months in prison for bribery, and then wrote an unsparing book about it. Now film producer Philippe Martinez has bought the rights to ... More >>
All you need is Pure Imagination.
No matter the runtime and budget, Spike Lee's WWII drama is an epic bore.
An epic gusher, There Will Be Blood strikes oil, and then some.
DVD releases for the week of May 22, 2007
True-crime noir goes searching for Hollywood's heart of darkness
Eerie melodrama explores the dark arts in turn-of-the-century Vienna
Eartha Kitt's unique vocal style and regal presence keep her fans loyal
Run-on sentence + ingenuity = cool movie
Terry Gilliam sets out to make Don Quixote, but becomes him instead
For Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, the old photography ways are still best
Peter Bogdanovich wasn't dead. He was just acting like it.
At the French film fest, art and commerce do a nasty mating dance
This startling reinvention of a Poe story may spark a seasonal rite
Out of the past, an Italian classic finally reaches America, and Miami
A series has arrived that promises honest-to-god indie screenings
The Original Florida Keys Ladies Dolphin Tournament
There are too good films around -- you just have to look real hard for them
Miami definitely is not among the top picks for flicks
October 29 - November 4, 1998