October 10, 2012 11:35am EST
McDonagh's second film has as much blood-soaked mania as it does heart and humor.
August 05, 2009 3:20pm EST
An expertly prepared feast of a movie.
April 28, 2006 7:34am EST
Be prepared. Writer/director Paul Greengrass’ incredibly well made United 93 is overwhelming, telling a story we’ve all come to know so very well. It will be one of the most affecting movies you’ll ever see--if you can bring yourself to see it, that is.
January 13, 2006 7:08am EST
Glory Road is Beaches for the beer-guzzling, chest-bumping male species. It treats the groundbreaking story like silly putty, but it’s still cinematic enough for boyfriend-girlfriend role reversal in the theaters.
November 18, 2005 4:24am EST
Walk the Line arguably boasts two of the most dazzling, Oscar-worthy performances of the year from Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon. It's just a shame the biopic isn't as brave. After all, Johnny Cash wasn't "The Man in Black" just for his wardrobe alone.
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.
March 12, 2004 3:08pm EST
As a thriller, Spartan will hold your attention, but unfortunately writer/director's David Mamet's style doesn't fit well in this milieu.