A guide to winter movie releases
Who's doing what to whom? Your guess is not as good as mine.
This year's NYFF manages both. Plus: Our best of the fest
The competition isn't fierce but the Romanians are!
The National Society of Film Critics named Waltz With Bashir, an animated fable of the 1982 Lenanon war, its Best Film of 2008. Critics including our own J. Hoberman ("a documentary that seems only possible, not to mention bearable, as an animated feature") praised the film highly, though its chance ... More >>
Critics turn into optimists, pick WALL-E as year's best.
The last 30 minutes of this French-Tunisian stew redeem the preceding two hours
Writers Brooke Berman and Mike Leigh offer new plays that barely exist
Three weddings and a reality TV show
It's the Leighs' Partyand they'll be wry if they want to
Stocked with old favorites, a conservative Cannes proves Newton's Third Law of Motion
Dr. Awkward: Solondz's universe remains static and schematic, backward and forward
They want to defy the logic of all sex laws: Auteurs tackle abortion and female circumcision
Mike Leigh revisits Britain's era of back-alley abortions
The wizard of id: Orgasmic spells and naughty wand usage in a hormonal third installment
Laughs and Humiliation, Courtesy of the BBC
Sarajevo Lost and Found
Making Myths with the Two Biggest Twats in Manchester
Waiting for the Big Ones
Why the Caged Bird Sings
Peace and Resistance