Hope can be cruel. It's that thing you still hang onto even after reason tells you the game is over. Having a little hope can be more wrenching than the simple act of giving up.
Hope is a vicious mistress to Chris Gardn
A Brit-com coming-of-age tale based in large part on autobiography and in small part on the oddball '70s classic "Harold and Maude," Jeremy Brock's "Driving Lessons" offers, among other things, the opportunity for Julie
At the risk of damning with faint praise, one of the best things to say about "Charlotte's Web" is that they didn't screw it up.
Yes, it's cute, silly and oh-so-sweet, but that's part and parcel of any kid flick. As
So now we know what little Christopher Paolini was doing with his time while he was supposedly being home-schooled, and writing the "Inheritance" fantasy novel trilogy.
He was watching "Star Wars" and "Lord of the Rings." H
"Fur," the new movie about photographer Diane Arbus, comes with a subtitle, "An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus." This is helpful, because otherwise one might take the movie literally, leading to the mistaken belief th
At some point in the development process, "Deja Vu" may have wanted to be "Somewhere in Time" for the computer generation.
But since it was directed by Tony ("Top Gun") Scott, it has become a sci-fi action picture
Part of the enormous fun in watching Jack Black and Kyle Gass play the ludicrous rock duo Tenacious D is observing their pleasure in the roles. They're intoxicated with delight at being onstage, living out every air-gu
We rarely see cast lists as celestial as the one sprawled across Emilio Estevez's wistful tribute to the dreams that disappeared the day Robert Kennedy died.
Along with the director's father, Martin Sheen, stars f
The mockumentaries of Christopher Guest — "Waiting for Guffman" (1996), "Best in Show" (2000) and, to a lesser extent, "A Mighty Wind" (2003) — are some of the wittiest and most original movie comedies of the p