For Matt Damon and company, the message is the message
They're calling it "Lindsay Lohan's confusing new movie trailer", but it's quite clear to me. It's a loving sendup of a 1952 pulp drama, this one featuring Lindsay and a real porn star, James Deen. The film is called The Canyons and it's written by Bret Easton Ellis and helmed by "the never nomina ... More >>
That's what insiders are saying--the kind of insiders who are usually right sometimes. Oscar's Best Actor locks already seem to be: Daniel Day-Lewis for Lincoln Duh. We knew this the second the movie was announced. Denzel Washington for Flight People are so happy he got a quality script agai ... More >>
"Annabel Cotton (Mia Wasikowska) is a beautiful and charming terminal cancer patient with a deep felt love of life and the natural world. "Enoch Brae (Henry Hopper) is a young man who has dropped out of the business of living after an accident claimed the life of his parents.
Geronimo puts the go back in go-go. We talk about it.
AV club in the internet age
A remake that improves on the film it's copying is as rare as a sequel that's better than the film it's following (though admittedly it happens, as do solar eclipses and celebrity guilty verdicts). I'm always horrified when a classic gets redone simply because they assume magic will strike t ... More >>
Critics turn into optimists, pick WALL-E as year's best.
Tom Wolfe reflects on Ken Kesey's hippie trip
A discussion on Harvey Milks battle
Sorting through trailer trash, trying not to nod off during the Emmys.
Yes (I'm Not There !), NYFF 45 (Blade Runner?) plays to its base (Don Rickles!), but what's so bad about that? (Redacted.)
It's the Littlest-Blockbuster-That-Could. The notorious fan-made remake of 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' rides into Anthology Film Archives.
Two movies, one point: That bacon burger you ate for lunch? Big mistake.
Grave Dutch mopefest a little too restrained
Man with a movie camera: Art imitates art in study of Eggleston's routines and color schemes
Prankster Danes and Memphis musicians shine amid dispiriting indie-cinema trends
Regarding the geekiness of high schoolers: Two new series mix hormones with angst
Friendly sharks, briny visuals, and soggy acting diminish exploitation flick's fear factor
Corporate villains, constant surveillance: Jonathan Demme reprograms a '60s landmark
Unpronounceable talent makes unconscionably happy avant-pop breakthroughmaybe
Sundance docs: Board youth, iMacs, Big Macs and big mouthswho in Tarnation is next
Talking improv and introspection with Elephant actors John Robinson and Nathan Tyson
Will Quentin's Long-Awaited Kung Fu Gore-Super-Soak, Kill Bill, Inspire Moviegoing Fervor?
Returning to Columbine, Films Seek Psychological Answers Amid the Lore of Massacre
Toronto a Year Later
How a Teenage Hustler-Turned-Novelist Built a Celebrity Support Group
Thrillers! Satires! Westerns! Indies! Blockbusters! Sequels!