[Summer Guide 2014]
Impressions of empire
Long-haired dreamer has predictably profound effect on his family
Superheroes, sequels, and TWO Conans! Summer has arrived.
Whether they're afraid or simply dismissive, certain big names -- or at least their handlers -- have unceremoniously denied my requests to chat with them through the years. The glittery dishonor roll is as follows: LL Cool J. And I only asked because it was a slow news week. Betty White. W ... More >>
With more than 250 films to see, there is no one, definitive festival experience. Here's mine.
The run-up to the war, Brit satire–style
But will young people come to Brooklyn?
Who says Montreal is cold? It's hot, baby.
On to Chapter Two! We ask another round of authors for recommendations.
Azazel Jacobs and Andrew Fleming set parent traps
Stiller's satire is way past its expiration date
Leaving Las Vegas done right
Shaun of the Dead guys spoof your guilty pleasures. Yes, you, with the Bad Boys DVD.
Sofia Coppola pays opulent tribute to the innocent boredom of a teen queen
In Cannes's second week, Coppola falters, Linklater rebounds, and Spanish-language films surge
Michael Winterbottom adapts the best book you've never finished
Geopolitickin' and an East Asian invasion highlight the 43rd New York Film Festival
Fall brings hope of a brave New World and a historic Violence
Steve Coogan discusses his alter ego, one of TV's most excruciating comic creations
British sitcom gives fresh meaning to the banality of evil with beautician on the warpath
Bumbling scientist and former gymnast circumnavigate the mad, mad, mad, mad world
Laughs and Humiliation, Courtesy of the BBC
Making Myths with the Two Biggest Twats in Manchester