As video-on-demand continues to become the preferred route of distribution for a certain kind of independent film, much is being made of Nicolas Cage's willingness to slum for a paycheck, with recent examples including already-forgotten, small-screen-friendly items like Seeking Justice, Trespass, St ... More >>
About this time five years ago, I was driving around with the radio tuned to a classic rock station when whatever super-computer Clear Channel uses to program its stations decided it was time for "Heart of Gold." "That was Neil Young," the DJ bantered afterwards. "Congrats to him for winning his fir ... More >>
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A year-end wrap-up of what we adored, what was ignored and what the new year will bring.
A decade before Coppola's hit, Mafioso took on the mob and how.
A round-up of summer's surefire hits (and definite duds)
Korn's guitarist moves to holier pastures, words fall into oblivion and B-Sides encourages Gwen and Madonna to grow up.
The songs are immortal, even if Porter pic isn't
Mel Gibson's Passion is more torture-test than devotional
Cold Mountain sets the new standard for Civil War drama onscreen
Ray Liotta wants to know why he loses roles to ... Owen Wilson?
Scotty Crane is tired of getting the shaft from Paul Schrader
Eric Stanze is the most successful filmmaker in St. Louis. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
Once more, a man calls upon the troops to save The Alamo, before it's gone forever
Ted Demme and Denis Leary are a match made in effin' heaven
Two native sons seek ideal mates in the menagerie of Smiling Fish and Goat on Fire
The St. Louis International Film Festival has revamped its organizational structure and enlisted new personnel. Two former programmers aren't impressed with the résumés.
Co-written and directed by Albert Brooks
Philip Glass goes solo at the Edison Theatre