October 07, 2005 12:39pm EST
For the guys, this movie may be just as painful as going shoe shopping with a lady friend. Yet, it's refreshing to see Shirley MacLaine still has a bit of Irma la Douce left in her. Maybe she could keep the cast at her retirement community and do Cocoon: The Next Generation.
September 30, 2005 7:34am EST
Granted, it's a sports movie about golf. But with winning performances, fancy camerawork and a classic root-for-the-little-guy scenario, The Greatest Game Ever Played tees off with the best of them.
September 16, 2005 5:05am EST
Just Like Heaven is sweet enough for some but it's going to be "just like hell" for boyfriends who are dragged kicking and screaming to this boring chick flick.
September 02, 2005 5:08am EST
Our kids deserve better. This Nick Cannon-fronted sloppy action-comedy flops around with a sitcom's look-at-me spunk. The jokes are so bad, they're distracting. Look for The Underclassman to disappear by the third week of school.
May 19, 2005 9:57am EST
If you can use Jedi mind tricks to gloss over the trite dialogue and stiff acting, Revenge of the Sith is going to give you the big Star Wars payoff you've been waiting for. And we do mean big.
May 06, 2005 4:39am EST
How far off the mark is a film when even the prospect of watching Paris Hilton stalked, terrorized and violently snuffed--in a red bra-and-panty set, no less--fails to viscerally deliver its audience-pleasing promise? Way off.
April 08, 2005 4:47am EST
The Farrellys' endearing Fever Pitch might not hit it completely out of Fenway Park. But with the entirely likable and believable performances from its lead players, along with a real-life underdog baseball team that made history, it scores a triple.
November 30, 2004 11:38am EST
Nominations for the 20th IFP Independent Spirit Awards were announced this morning, including nominations for best feature for Baadasssss!, Kinsey, Maria Full of Grace, Primer, and Sideways.
November 10, 2004 8:37am EST
Even though it may lack a human touch here and there, The Polar Express is still a brilliant effort in CGI-animation and will certainly evoke the Christmas spirit in us all.
September 16, 2004 12:22pm EST
Writer/director Kerry Conran's use of live action animation sets this movie apart from anything else recently greenlighted by Hollywood studios. But despite its brilliant visuals, the film's story, a hodgepodge of 1930s nostalgia, loses that edge-of-your-seat grip