Charles Burnett's revered, rarely seen South Central-set film finally gets its theatrical due
Orson Welles' career arc gets a suitably incomparable stage treatment.
A showbiz noir investigates TV Supermanís real-life tragedy.
In 2005, longhairs got more progressive than ever
Phyllis finds an old movie she actually likes!
Banished from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch a decade ago, Joseph Pulitzer IV lives in self-imposed exile in Wyoming. What went wrong?
The List of Adrian Messenger (1963)
Avant-garde films deliver thrills at Webster University
Content, but still funny
Bring the family to Sing-A-Long Wizard of Oz and walk away with a song in your heart (and a bunch of kazoos in your hand)
How Steven Soderbergh kept the Terry Southern tale from turning tragic
If you like Jackass, get yourself to Pop's on Friday
Week of June 26, 2002
Spielberg's Minority Report gets good grades until the end
Broadway steals from Hollywood -- warts and all
Week of May 1, 2002
Bogdanovich works out his demons on Citizen Hearst
"Night at the Oscars" juxtaposes the music of the St. Louis Symphony with clips from acclaimed films
Orson Welles emerges victorious in War of the Worlds
The avant-garde SITI Company melds fact and fiction in a new take on Orson Welles' infamous practical joke
Silverman's bitter "comedy" is enough to make you lose all hope
Robert Wise finishes Star Trek: The Motion Picture--22 years later
With this presidential debate, the highlights didn't come from Bush or Gore
The protagonist of hometown novelist James Gunn's new book, The Toy Collector, discovers that, yes, play's the thing
Co-written and directed by Todd Phillips
By Conor McPherson (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis' Studio Theatre)
St. Louis native George Hickenlooper takes another step on his Hollywood career path with the Orson Welles adaptation The Big Brass Ring -- but a happy ending's still not in sight.