March 28, 2008 5:29am EST
Even though you can predict what happens, 21 is still fairly compelling for a movie about counting cards at a blackjack table.
November 09, 2007 4:17am EST
Proving why he’s still an American classic, 83-year-old director Sidney Lumet turns in another brilliantly executed crime thriller. Before the Devil Knows You're Dead might be a downer but it’s a real stunner
February 23, 2007 6:04am EST
Billy Bob Thornton finally sheds his Bad Santa-ness to play an everyday hero in the uplifting, if slightly cornball, family drama The Astronaut Farmer.
December 10, 2004 6:56am EST
Although bolstered by individual moments of pure hilarity and ribaldry from the entirely engaging cast, Ocean's Twelve doesn't quite measure up to the effortlessness of Eleven. The film is just too smart and twisty for its own good.
August 27, 2004 1:41pm EST
You know exactly what you're getting into when you sit down to watch a movie in which there is not only one but many giant super snakes, eating a bunch of really stupid scientists and slithering amok in a jungle they aren't really suppose to be in. Please tell me you know.
November 13, 2003 1:17pm EST
It's James Bond! It's Indiana Jones! It's Ocean's Eleven! It's too much. Looney Tunes: Back in Action misses out on a brilliant opportunity to tell a simple story about a rabbit vs. a duck.
January 14, 2003 6:53am EST
Get ready for one of this year's truly unique and inspired films. Adaptation is a wild and wacky trip from the creators of Being John Malkovich in which anything goes. You may have to see it more than once so you don't miss anything.
February 15, 2002 6:08am EST
A Rumor of Angels delivers huge doses of postcard pretty scenery and inspirational messages about important values and paranormal phenomena, but it preaches to the converted. Those who seek comfort in traditional values and who are easily seduced by the possibility of communication with angels and the deceased won't be disappointed.
January 28, 2002 6:11am EST
In spite of its hot topics--sexual and middle class hypocrisy, youthful vulnerability, exploitation--Storytelling's audacity arrives cold.
December 07, 2001 10:18am EST
Like the original, Ocean's Eleven is a lark, but unlike the 1960 version, it's no throwaway; with Steven Soderbergh directing, the film is stylish and smart, even if it lacks a little soul