Hugo Chávez could have had his odalisque if it weren't for those damn Nazis. In a rare interview, FBI agents say that they delayed the return of a stolen $4 million Henri Matisse painting to Venezuela because of concerns that the painting had originally been looted by Nazis during World War II. I ... More >>
The perennial worst director is gunning for the bastards -- and respect.
Midnight on Saturday, I found myself walking down Main Street U.S.A. after a long day at the Magic Kingdom. I was there to celebrate my sister's birthday and had met up along with former New Times music editor Arielle Castillo, Ocean Drive's Crissy Borges, and their respective significant others. ... More >>
Sure, the Tea Party may be economically illiterate and prone to asking stupid questions of important people, but if its pols are booted out of office in 2012, it won't be because of poor communication. Those online commenters are really on their collective game. They hunt in packs, like wolves, o ... More >>
Asked the difference between his characters and Hollywood's, director Spike Lee answered, "Mine are real." Lee has made it his cinematic mission to accurately portray being black in America. In one of his first films, Do the Right Thing, he sketched a rich portrait of racial tension in a Brooklyn ... More >>
Two decades after the severed ear of Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino serves up Hitler's head on a plate.
For a movie we're all probably going to see anyway, the promotion for Brüno is kind of getting annoying and ubiquitous. From landing ass up on Eminem at the MTV Movie Awards, to appearing nude on the latest GQ cover, to showing up in Barcelona yesterday in an anatomically correct bull suit, you'd t ... More >>
Herman Rosenblat, the Miami Beach retiree and Holocaust survivor did indeed make up the amazing story that while being held in a concentration camp a young girl would throw apples to him over the fence which helped him survive, only to move to America years later and miraculously be set up on a bl ... More >>
An interview with Valkyries star and director, Tom Cruise and Bryan Singer.
No matter the runtime and budget, Spike Lee's WWII drama is an epic bore.
Florida Stage's The Good German skips the moral complexities
Miami Duck Tours
The Miami International Film Festival, now over at Miami Dade College, turns yet another leaf
What happens if you're not good or evil, but somewhere in between?
Donald Miller has (re)written one of the best books on World War II, but will anyone care?
Marvel Comics isn't going to give up Captain America without a fight
At the Gates, a gripping showdown is bungled by a love triangle
The Einstein of Sex
The Antique, Classic, and Warbird Invitational Fly-In
Robert Dowd is a veteran, a Southern Baptist, a Republican ... and a staunch supporter of legalizing drugs
Ah, North Bay Village, where voters were bribed with food as the candidates slung the mud