Adam Sandler is successful because he's lazy.
No one plays a legendary movie star like another movie star--I mean, they really know how it's done, or at least they're willing to trot out their best mannerisms and try. Here are some of the most memorable examples (some because they're brilliant, others because they're glittery trash) of filmla ... More >>
Not since the heyday of Kate Bosworth, Kate Beckinsale, and God knows who else have I been so ditzed-out about trying to separate various starlets in my mind. See if you can help me tell these three up-and-comers apart. Let's see, there's Rachel, Rebecca, Rosemary...Grrr. Too many R names on pre ... More >>
I know they're all different ages and sizes and types blah blah, but to me they're one big lovable zhlub. In fact, not since the reign of Kate Bosworth and Kate Beckinsale have I been so simultaneously starstruck and confused.
Two moms, two kids, and a sperm donor make one all-American movie
The full transcript of our conversation with the recently returned director
Whit Stillman discusses those bygone disco days
"Mickey Rourke and I don't punch each other physically, but we do punch each other in other ways--it's emotional." Sam Rockwell is an actor who's both comfortable propping up bigger stars--he was a supporting player alongside Brad Pitt in The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford ... More >>
Balancing melodrama with a light touch
Plus one we've all been waiting for: the Reagen-obsessed serial-killer movie!
Latest Sandler vehicle evolves into an improbable cultural critique
Sky captain and the world of yesterday: Scorsese's epic OCD portrait stalls in midflight
Dead and hating it: Atrocious accents and bad hair days in a Mummy-less monster mash
Fangs but No Thanks
Minimalist Journeys and Maximum Overdrive
Millennium Movies Get a Second Chance