September 28, 2007 6:14am EST
Any exposé of the sex-slave trade is going to be hard to watch, especially when it involves the trafficking of children across international borders. But as compelling and revealing as it is, Trade loses its nerve soon after crossing over from Mexico to the United States.
August 13, 2007 11:38am EST
Stardust is so witty, enchanting and romantic, it’s destined to become The Princess Bride of the Harry Potter generation.
August 07, 2007 6:30am EST
Hollywood actor Ed Harris was quizzed by police at a London airport on Monday for carrying a knife in his luggage.
July 23, 2007 10:07am EST
Less flash, more grit, The Order of the Phoenix is definitely the most introspective of the Harry Potter movies. If you’re expecting fast-paced wizardry action at every turn, however, you might be disappointed.
December 25, 2006 9:27am EST
Notes on a Scandal is a wonderfully salacious and psychologically controlling character piece, which brilliantly showcases two of the industry’s more gifted actresses.
December 15, 2006 4:43am EST
Although Charlotte's Web suffers a little from Babe envy, it is still a very faithful and endearing live-action adaptation of the beloved children’s classic. It's the talking pig movie for the next generation!
December 11, 2006 5:47am EST
Watching The Holiday is a little like ordering a sticky cinnamon bun: You know the gooey, warm sweetness will taste good, but you’ll feel guilty eating it.
November 13, 2006 12:31pm EST
Although pegged as one, The Return is neither psychologically thrilling or supernaturally scary, which makes it a poor choice for a ghost story.
November 10, 2006 5:00am EST
While acting students may consider Copying Beethoven a homework assignment, moviegoers won’t get much more than affirmation—except the fact Ed Harris is still great.
September 18, 2006 8:25am EST
Although The Black Dahlia admirably coalesces James Ellroy’s searingly brilliant noir novel into a sharp, streamlined screenplay, director Brian De Palma’s campy approach and questionable casting sever the style from the substance as brutally in two as its titular victim.