But you shouldn't believe him.
She's working on it! I found that out in Maer Roshan's book Courtney Comes Clean: The High Life and Dark Depths of Music's Most Controversial Icon, a breezily arresting read full of snappy dialogue between himself and the woman he found both "exhilarating and exhausting." Among the dizzying highli ... More >>
Have a picnic with Jack Nicholson
You know you're a NYer when . . . you recognize locations in these movies. Ba da bum.
Cure your Independence Day hangover with the Film Society
Celebrating a NYFF (and NY) tastemaker, plus Moses and Aaron two ways
Money changes everything in this dark but exuberant comedy
Though not his best-known, this is Forman's finest American foray
Plus: Before anime there was . . . animation
Self-satisfied, insider-y, predictablea case against the New Yorker Festival
Too hot to deal? Take shelter in the cool and dark of the matinee.
Even Larry Flynt looked cuddly at Durham's documentary fest
Czechoslovakia is no more, but its film tradition lives on
Columbus's movie version is stiff, stolid, and stuck in an excruciatingly detailed past
The young one: Argentine writer-director artfully plumbs sexual and religious obsession
Two familiesand filmmaking trendsconverge in a multicultural comedy of manners
Bankers, Bono, and Bomb Throwers Battle It Out on the Streets of the Czech Republic
Thrillers! Satires! Westerns! Indies! Blockbusters! Sequels!
The optimist's guide to the Millennium's final fall-movie crop
A rundown of the season's movies handpicked for their potential wondrousness or probable woefulness.
World's Hardest Movie Quiz 1999