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
August 03, 2007 5:36am EST
The derivative Bratz is a great big pink marshmallow of a movie, aimed at one demographic only: tween girls into fashion and lip gloss. Anyone else, enter at your own risk.
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.
November 10, 2006 1:13pm EST
Robert Downey Jr. as the Wolfman? Only in this dystopian, squirm-inducing journey into artsy madness, with Nicole Kidman as '50s photographer Diane Arbus. Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus is unlike anything you've seen--prickly whiskers and all.
January 13, 2006 10:09am EST
Tristan & Isolde strives to be the good old-fashioned medieval kind of romance that stirs the soul. But due to the somewhat lackluster performances from the doomed young lovers, the film doesn’t quite hit the mark.
August 05, 2005 7:46am EST
I guess if you were a fan of the TV show, this foolhardy Dukes of Hazzard upgrade may appeal to your baser senses. Or it could just remind you how ridiculous it was the show ran for six seasons in the first place.
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.
July 30, 2004 6:02am EST
Cool ships and a delightful, pink-clad bombshell can't mask the fact that these Thunderbirds are not go.
July 09, 2004 12:48pm EST
The one 1980s pop song not played on the soundtrack--Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"--is the one that best describes the film's playful spirit and youthful energy. Were only it more original, however, Sleepover wouldn't be so quickly forgettable when it's over.
July 14, 2003 12:28pm EST
Although Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas may not necessarily have that certain Pixar cleverness for adults, it provides more than enough good old-fashioned entertainment for the family.