Nearly 100 films from almost 40 countries at the Miami International Film Festival.
Wes Anderson's latest premieres at the Berlin Film Festival.
You've gotta laugh at the Oscars red carpet sometimes. All the stars are out to make a big splash, but unlike the Grammys, none of them want to be too wacky. The Academy takes itself seriously (just ask Sasha Baron Cohen), and on the red carpet, its attendees do the same.Unfortunately, last night ... More >>
They came for G.I. Joe, and we said nothing, because we always thought G.I. Joe was kinda dumb.Then they came for Transformers, and we said nothing, because Michael Bay is unstoppable and anyway, Megan Fox is hot.But then they came for Battleship, and we realized that soon, there would be no chil ... More >>
Art Basel not only offers an overload of visual stimulation, it also presents a time to dredge up any tragic feelings of rejection you experienced in your youth. Sure, there are like 300 openings and parties each and every night of next week, but there are only like three you want to go to. Those ar ... More >>
The Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival begins tomorrow, so we'd thought we give you a rundown of what to do and what to see. I Killed My Mother: Screens tomorrow at Gusman as the opening-night film. Yes, the drama revolves around a gay teenage son, but if you've ever raised your voice with your o ... More >>
The curious case of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
Remarkably consistent, the Coens make another mockery with Burn After Reading.
Facing Indy at the box office, Narnia sequel ups the action and loses some magic.
Avoiding its anti-dogma roots, Golden Compass veers off-course.
Watch your back, Grisham: Michael Clayton is no ordinary legal thriller
C.S. Lewis's world comes to life in The Chronicles of Narnia
Mike Mills's debut is smart, funny, and gorgeously sad
Jim Jarmusch gets few answers in an existential journey through America
Some interesting horror flicks, a couple of relationship movies, and plenty of action save summer from sequels
Sometimes it's best to leave well enough alone
Reeves is back in a black trench coat, and there's more hell to pay
Temptation flourishes in the garden of Young Adam
If being Charlie Kaufman is no fun, watching Charlie Kaufman is a real drag
From the directors of Suture comes a new film noir that's more deep than dead
The War Zone