Nick Carr explores a modern-day conundrum in his recent piece in the Wall Street Journal, "Our Typecast Metropolis." You see, Hollywood considers New York City a sort of permanently 70s-era New York City, full of twists and dark turns and grit and danger and grime. Unfortunately, today's New York Ci ... More >>
Finally confirming the big lie, Hollywood-style
Jude Law gets his urban renewal on in Anthony Minghella's dramatic dud
Speaking of slavery, Cold Mountain doesn't. Its pale version of history is a whitewash.
Gus Van Sant Jerry-Rigs the Road Movie
Philip Seymour Hoffman Out of Character
Two Pioneers of the New Queer Cinema Look Back on a Short-Lived Sensation
A rundown of the season's movies handpicked for their potential wondrousness or probable woefulness.
Why the resistance to Cher's single? One insider told me, 'American radio doesn't go for older artists.' Perhaps they'd like some of her boyfriends.