Quick -- name the new M. Night Shyamalan summer blockbuster.
For Matt Damon and company, the message is the message
A lament for lost carnage—and coherence
In his new memoir, TV/movie icon James Garner remembers making the 1994 movie Maverick with the esteemed Mel Gibson. Writes Garner: "Mel and I got along fine. "I didn't know that he hates Jews and everybody else.
Anthony DixonChicago's Unicycle Loves You is unabashedly a noise-pop band, but not in the (mo-fi) sense that Sisters, Japanther, Railcars, or early No Age jams are noise-pop. Rather, singer/guitarist Jim Carroll, singer/bassist Nicole Vitale, and drummer J.T. Baker author lo-fi indie-pop bang ... More >>
Tragedy Khadafi is one of the last of a dying breed. Lucky for us, he dies harder than Bruce Willis. Even at 14, he was putting out musicmost notably a song with DJ Hot Day called "Go Queensbridge" that caught the attention of Juice Crew leader Marley Marl, who put the young Tragedy down with ... More >>
Better keep that censor button handy. Credit: Michael Becker/FOX.I don't think I've ever been more excited about an American Idol contestant than I am about James Durbin. It's not because of his voice, though his very Adam Lambert-y turbo-yowl could be entertaining in the context of the show. ... More >>
Poppin' it so crazy kooky
Tracy Jordan, er, Morgan, for your pleasure
"The first time I fucked my wife I had an open sore on my cock." via [ello]'s photostreamYikes--Kevin Smith, doing work "Silent Bob Speaks" Carnegie Hall June 17 The expression "like an open book" should be updated to reflect the startlingly full disclosures Kevin Smith has been offering his fan ... More >>
Pissed-off community activists face off against sterilization, Bruce Willis
Too hot to deal? Take shelter in the cool and dark of the matinee.
Who better to save America than an armed Mark Wahlberg? Seriously.
Will the public get off, or just the studios?
Gleeful printing-press musical is top of the flops
Two movies, one point: That bacon burger you ate for lunch? Big mistake.
In the shadow of Da Vinci, Cannes '06's first great film: A visionary American comedy about the end of times
Black and white and red all over
We know what they did last summer: Paid vacation makes for surprisingly snazzy sequel
Bush Travels to His Favorite Colony
Incredible Bulks in Parent Traps
Oscar Declares War on the War
Faraway, So Close
Hollywood Revises History, Joins the Good Fight
Millennium Movies Get a Second Chance
How Sports Took Over American Culture
A rundown of the season's movies handpicked for their potential wondrousness or probable woefulness.
Berlin's Falling Stock
King Doofus Adam Sandler Hits the Jackpot
Should American Actors Flee a Muddled, Unrewarding Profession?