The Soviet Empire strikes back as Angelina Jolie fulfills males' fantasies.
Director Christopher Nolan's mind-bending heist is a confusing roller coaster, deserving of more than one look.
15 years after his debut, writer/director Noah Baumbach revisits the generation that celebrated disillusion and shows about nothing.
Sweltering hot days beg for light-as-air entertainment.
Once again, a group of toys anxious over the future moves an audience to laughs and tears.
Sampling the independent films, and their "sad young men," featured at the 2010 Waterfront Film Festival in Saugatuck, MI.
Why the grizzly post-apocalyptic adaptation was shunned when it hit theaters, and why it should be seen now that it's on DVD.
Cast and crew of recent DVD release make it work, surprisingly.
Russell Crowe stars as the stoic, historic hero in Ridley Scott's take on the classic tale.
"Just show us Iron Man and crank up the AC/DC already. That way I’ll know it’s summer."