December 01, 2007 9:56am EST
Much like the title family it depicts so well, The Savages is constantly at odds with itself--hilarious yet heartbreaking, warm yet frigid. The result is one final contradiction: a movie that is tough to swallow, yet one of the year’s best.
October 19, 2007 6:10am EST
It’s been a long time coming, but Halle Berry finally proves that her Monster's Ball Oscar win wasn’t a fluke. Too bad this slow and overwrought tearjerker is never as good as the heart-wrenching performances given by Berry and Benicio Del Toro.
June 29, 2007 5:46am EST
Drug authorities have raided the office of Chris Benoit's doctor over claims the physician provided the late wrestler with the steroids found at the scene of his death.
November 03, 2006 12:22pm EST
OK, so Santa Clause 3 isn’t the stuff classic Christmas movies are made of, but the franchise still manages to keep us warm and toasty, invoking some genuine Yuletide spirit. Hard to believe, but it’s true.
October 20, 2006 8:08am EST
An insightful epic that recasts World War II through a prism of symbols and heroes, Clint Eastwood’s Flags of Our Fathers is a visual treat, combining CGI with an old look in ambitious, thrilling battle scenes. One of the year’s best films.
June 05, 2006 1:42pm EST
X-Men: The Last Stand falls somewhere between the plodding exposition of the first X-Men and the compelling, character-driven X2. In other words, its action-packed but lacks that certain mutant angst.
December 30, 2004 10:57am EST
A Look Back at the Headlines of 2004
September 07, 2004 12:11pm EST
Worthless as a film, Paparazzi is a $20 million poison pen letter from Mel Gibson to the photographers who annoy him.
May 11, 2004 12:47pm EST
For the love of all that's unholy, drive a wooden stake, shoot a silver bullet, do whatever it takes to put Van Helsing out of its misery.
January 25, 2004 2:05pm EST
The Sundance Film Festival, which is backed by actor Robert Redford and his Sundance Institute for movies, comes to an end today in Park City, Utah. Saturday night's awards ceremony saw the sci-fi drama Primer, win the top grand jury prize, while the jurors awarded DIG! the top prize in the documentary category. Debra Grankik took the dramatic directing award for Down to the Bone, about a lower-middle-class wife and mother's struggles with cocaine addiction.