[Summer Guide 2014]
[Spring Guide 2014]
Who says award-season winners have to be epic?
Almost two years ago, I walked into our conference room here at the Voice, and was startled to see Manu standing there. If you're as much a Julie Delpy fan as I am and couldn't get enough of her directorial debut, 2007's 2 Days in Paris, you might understand my thrill. "Manu" -- goofball, womanize ... More >>
Always more than an ingenue, she's taking on everything that's wrong with movies—and she's bringing Chris Rock
Time-share royalty's time might be up
Working outside the Hollywood bubble, the stand-up vet is making comedies in his own register. God Bless!
Enjoy a rustic bloodbath
Director Evan Glodell talks breakups and homemade bombs. Plus, summer film picks.
Return of the greed creed
An interview with the star of Michael Winterbottom's new film
Aaron Johnson's secret vigilante
My Big Fat Greek Collapse
In a strange turn of promotional mastery, Chipotle has partnered with Magnolia Pictures to promote the documentary Food, Inc. The chain, which hopes to spread the word about its use of organic and naturally raised foods, will sponsor free screenings of the film in 32 cities. [Reuters] The Daily New ... More >>
More movies, fewer screens, and a new game in town means cutthroat competition for indie-film distributors
The good news for Zodiac fanatics is that the DVD version offers new angles on futility and frustration. The bad news is why.
Recalling a Thai tradition you don't remember and Spaghetti Westerns you do, Sasanatieng shocks with brilliant, brave hues
A Long Island Family's Nightmare Struggle With Porn, Pedophilia, and Public Hysteria