November 17, 2006 6:07am EST
Chow down on this taste of life inside the meat packing and “Happy Meal” Fast Food Nation.
September 08, 2006 5:04am EST
Hollywoodland is a well-acted, moody and sumptuously evocative recreation of LA’s seemingly glamorous underbelly circa the 1950s but tries entirely too hard to be Chinatown.
August 11, 2006 1:36pm EST
As a movie, World Trade Center is a decent Hollywood drama. Unfortunately, in many ways and for many people, that’s what this particular story among stories, this legacy, will now be relegated to. But at least now when we hear the joke “America needs a film to help put 9/11 behind us,” we have a punch line.
July 21, 2006 5:13am EST
The fantastical Lady in the Water—M. Night Shyamalan’s most wildly imaginative yet obscure work to date—will probably disappoint those looking for that certain Shyamalan je n’sais quoi. Still, you can’t fault the guy for being a true original.
January 09, 2006 8:40am EST
Don’t be fooled by Hostel’s twentysomething characters and their vernacular—this film is downright nasty. And if you’re looking for that fail-safe post-holiday diet, you’ve come to the right theater… Vegetarianism makes a whole lotta sense after this one.
January 09, 2006 5:17am EST
The torture flick Hostel, from executive producer Quentin Tarantino, opened with $20.1 million, bumping reigning champs The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and King Kong down to second and third places, respectively.
January 07, 2006 3:34pm EST
Movie star Jay Hernandez is warning the squeamish not to watch his new horror movie Hostel after seeing cinemagoers pass out during test and festival screenings.
September 16, 2005 11:52am EST
Who cares if the lingo isn't accurate, or if the "firm" violence is exaggerated? Green Street Hooligans is still a good fight movie that spotlights a different culture.
August 29, 2005 12:37pm EST
Undiscovered is like a MTV show the studio execs thought was too rich for the channel. They were wrong--dead wrong.
May 06, 2005 4:52am EST
Between the two of them, Ridley Scott and Orlando Bloom have picked up their swords for Gladiator, Troy and The Lord of the Rings trilogy. And that's the problem. If the intriguing but ultimately derivative Kingdom of Heaven had arrived before these recent period epics, it may have stood a better chance of enthralling us.