Death, AIDS, heroin, addiction, rejection why write songs about these hideously depressing subjects? Who cares . sing along!
REDEYE: A long, bumpy flight, a charismatic actress, and a predictable landing.
Gazelle necked Keira Knightly straps on attiude and military gear to portray real life bounty hunter Domino Harvey.....and applies a bit too much gloss.
Dark Horse: Dagur Karis slacker film follows the early footsteps of Jarmusch and Kourismaki
A review of Walt Disney's "Chicken Little"
Richard Bracewell's 'The Gigolos' sparks attention in International Feature Competition at AFI Fest; stars Sacha Tarter and Trevor Sather shine in roles of pals who become competing gigolos.
AFI fest delights with Danish director Dagur Kari's romp 'Dark Horse.'
Director Arie Posin and writer Zac Stanford's feature debut is part "Candide," part "Donnie Darko" - suburban satire with a twist.
C.R.A.Z.Y.: Homosexual Coming of Age Film Nearly Keeps Its Promise
Jon Favreau's latest film about two brothers' journey into space appeals to families but ultimately fails to capture their imagination or attention.
Zathura: A Space Adventure...Buckle your seatbelts, you're in for a wild ride!
Santa Monica's American Film Market Public Previews afford opportunity to see wide array of films making their world or U.S. debut, including sweet Mandarin "lighthearted love story with charming dose of fairy tale."
The Festival's Feature Film Line-Up Includes16 World Premieres and 17 North American Premieres
This is a critical review of "Proof," the Miramax film by John Madden that is in theaters now.
Italian director Pupi Avati strikes a chord with audiences in his musical portrayal of self-discovery and frienship, Ma Quando Arrivano Le Ragazze?
Shopgirl is as beautiful as it is haunting.
Burning Man: Beyond Black Rock will give any viewer a fantastic inside look at a grand experimental community built by the spirit of its founder, workers and volunteers to benefit themselves and all those who visit.
Cinema Italian Style - "Shoeshine" Culture war: Neorealism vs. iPod, Vittorio De Sica vs. Steve Job, sex vs. digital death.
A critical review of Antonioni's Chung Kuo - Cina
Luis Mandoki's harrowing film chronicles El Salvador's civil war through the eyes of a boy on the verge of "recruitment".