"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 >>
Proof of No. 3 on this listMadonna means many things to pop culture, and many of them are awesome. The problem: Some are life-sucking voids of horror. The list below documents the parts of her legacy -- strange, fleshy and unfathomable -- that involve ruining things with such subtle ferocity ... More >>
Image viaWhy bother?On Monday, St. Louis Magazine restaurant critic Dave Lowry posted "The Locavore's Dilemma: One Critic's Take" on the magazine's food blog, Relish. The piece is a merciless and often quite funny critique of the locavore movement. The preoccupation with "local" foods is, at bes ... More >>
Stand-up comic Jason Stuart. See a YouTube clip of his act below.The world of stand-up comedy in 2010, is by many accounts, more welcoming to out-of-the-closet gay comics than it was when Jason Stuart came to St. Louis in the '90s. But even in those pioneering days of out comics, Stuart praises t ... More >>
Jennifer SilverbergAna Jennings with DP director Joan Lipkin."If I was able to break into entertainment, I'd change people's attitudes," says Ana Jennings, an actress in the DisAbility Project, the subject of this week's RFT feature story. "I'm a pretty good singer. I do comedy pretty well. I've ... More >>
Into the Wild released on DVD
SLIFF celebrates its sweet sixteenth with a two-week party.
I Am a Sex Addict
New releases for the week of October 4, 2005
Who knew Juliette Lewis had a club called dignity in her bag?
The Z-Boys roll into Dogtown again, and truth is cooler than fiction
Week of April 20, 2005
All talk and little action, The Interpreter doesn't even make sense
Joel Schumacher's version of a theater classic gets a tragic ending of its own
Week of September 15, 2004
Pick your personal Jesus, plus three questions for a pop princess and the poetry of heavy metal
Our critics enter the summer-movie fray
Sometimes the worst movies have the best soundtracks
Week of January 28, 2004
In a year of big-screen sadness, our critics comfort those who triumphed
Week of December 24, 2003
Week of October 22, 2003
Week of October 8, 2003
Dining at Bryan Carr's polished new establishment is a sweet experience
The big-screen gals of cinema 2003 will keep you watching
Over time, George Sand seems less radical and even a little old-fashioned
Kathryn Bigelow gets Water-logged with too many plots
Bad-boy skaters perpetuate their own myth in Dogtown and Z-Boys
Sean Penn plays retarded for Oscar, and audiences aren't rewarded
If you didn't like this year's movies, you didn't look hard enough. The RFT's film critics weigh in on their faves of the year.
Nicholson makes a Pledge to find a killer, if there is one
Vincent D'Onofrio may be the best actor of his generation, but who would notice?
Written and directed by Woody Allen