Wes Anderson's latest premieres at the Berlin Film Festival
Ten year's ago this month David Clohessy, director of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP), was named one of the world's "25 Most Intriguing" by People magazine. Included in that 2002 class were actors and performers such as George Clooney and Britney Spears, world leaders the l ... More >>
Advertising products they'd never endorse in the United States, American celebrities have always looked to Japan for extra income. Which is a shame, because Americans would have loved to have seen a post-prison James Brown shilling Cup o' Noodles in 1991.
"Real Men Get Their Facts Straight"If ever there were a cause that every single right-thinking person on the planet would line up to rally around, it'd be underage sex trafficking. So it's no big surprise that Hollywood celebs would get in on the action. With their nonprofit, the DNA Foundat ... More >>
In the old days, just being an actress wasn't enough. Everyone had to be a double threat just to keep up with singing actresses like Julie Andrews, Doris Day, Marlene Dietrich and Judy Garland. But then musicals fell out of fashion and we find ourselves asking, "Why the hell is Gwyneth Paltrow singi ... More >>
Fear and loathing in Paris
In Keaton v. Heigl, girl power (Mad Money) trumps bridesmaid fashion (27 Dresses).
Ocean's Thirteen is a washed-up threequel. How much you wanna bet Hollywood makes a bundle?
Week of December 7, 2006
Week of August 9, 2006
Our critics chew on the film trends of '05
Almost two full hours of trite, vapid zebra vomit
Skirt-chasing Vaughn is Wedding Crashers' master of ceremonies
Week of March 30, 2005
Behold the Pfeiffer factor
Week of December 29, 2004
Laws of Attraction is so generic, it oughta be illegal
50 First Dates is a patchy toss-off strictly for Sandler fans
Tired of boring dates? Don't go out with Tad Hamilton.
The Cat in the Hat forms clumps for easy scooping and disposal
Week of September 17, 2003
In Once Upon a Time in Mexico, the outlaw Johnny Depp saves the day
Ray Liotta wants to know why he loses roles to ... Owen Wilson?
Week of September 18, 2002
De Niro -- no surprise -- is the reason to like City by the Sea
Soderbergh shoots in digital and hits the target: Hollywood
When it comes to producing movies, it's a fine art (or Art Linson)
With Episode II, George Lucas tries to reclaim his lost glory
Sean Penn plays retarded for Oscar, and audiences aren't rewarded
Anderson's film is like its characters: flawed genius
Week of December 26, 2001
Nicholson makes a Pledge to find a killer, if there is one
Or: Why winning an Oscar sometimes means losing sight of a career
Directed by Matt Williams
Directed by Spike Jonze