I live for good/bad movies of the golden age, and 1977's Welcome To L.A. fits the bill, smog and all. It's an arid story of interlocking romances, all set amidst a bleak, impersonal, unhappy, yearning L.A. landscape where you never see all that many people in any scene. (Maybe there was a low budge ... More >>
The fest's best are the films to watch in the year ahead.
Ethan Hawke stages A Lie of the Mind
Private eye to the stars Anthony Pellicano seemed above the law, cheerfully tapping the phones of even stars like Sylvester Stallone, Keith Carradine and Kevin Nealon to give his clients (mostly Hollywood players) an edge in their negotiations, which may be why he didn't notice that he was being inv ... More >>
In her quest to uncover modern day Greek drama, Jessica Yu finds that guys are tragic
For the week of December 1319, 2006
From the 'Voice' archives: Remembering Robert Altman through the words of Voice critics past
'He never just told the story'