September 29, 2006 6:22am EST
The Guardian wants more than anything to be a summer blockbuster. But as a fall movie in earnest--clocking in at well over two hours, no less--the movie is stripped bare and revealed as a middling action flick without much action.
September 08, 2006 5:04am EST
Idiocracy is a comically bleak look at a future in which the world has been dumbed way down.
April 14, 2006 6:02am EST
In a cross between Finding Nemo and Madagascar, with a little Lion King thrown in for good measure, Disney’s The Wild is just plain old tired derivativeness. Maybe we should chalk this one up to bad timing.
December 23, 2005 6:14am EST
Masquerading under the guise of an “inspirational story,” The Ringer hits a new low for Hollywood. Producers may have exploited their way into some (intentional, of course) controversy buzz, but don’t expect audiences to be fooled by this unfunny hoax of a comedy.
October 21, 2005 2:02pm EST
As yet another underdog/family flick that tugs mercilessly at our heart strings, Dreamer just doesn’t offer anything new and exciting in this well-worn genre.
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.
August 22, 2002 12:31pm EST
Pop oddity Michael Jackson has a not-so-new bouncing baby boy. In its latest issue, People magazine reports that Jackson brought the 6-month-old baby backstage at Siegfried and Roy's Las Vegas show on July 30, along with his two other children, Prince Michael, 5, and daughter Paris, 4.
Michael Jackson 2002 Venice Film Festival Liz Hurley Hugh Grant Ozzy Osbourne Taye Diggs Midsummer Night's Rave Danny Huston Dragnet Lesley Stahl Dan Rather Cyndi Lauper Russell Simmons Rap the Vote Rock the Vo
April 01, 2002 12:43pm EST
Melissa Rivers, daughter of comedian and author Joan Rivers, reveals in the April 6 issue of TV Guide that she and husband John Endicott have separated
Tara Reid Susan Sarandon Leelee Sobieski Robin Tunney George Hickenlooper A Whale in Montana Christina Ricci Borgia Neil Jordan Woody AllenJimmy FallonJulia Louis-Dreyfus Watching Ellie Charlie Daniels Aaron Neville the Preservation Resource Center New Orleans Jazz Commission Armand J Pillon Rosie Perez Salma Hayek Eve V-Day Harlem Kate Moss T
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
October 19, 2001 5:57am EST
The Last Castle is entertaining if you can let yourself believe in the events that unfold.