The Western movie was once the backbone of Saturday film fare and the symbol of simplistic American values, imprinting strong influence on my youthful male psyche.
Where About Schmidt was often morose and slow-footed, Sideways is consistently laugh out loud funny, bathing itself in the paradoxical possibilities presented by its oddly-matched protagonists.
Nicotina is diverting stuff, not anything that will garner any foreign-film Oscar nominations, but quite enough to wash the foul taste of mediocre late summer.
Greendale is the new film by Neil Young; or what I would more appropriately classify as a ponderous Dante’s inferno of a VH1 video.
Fahrenheit 9/11, by Academy Award winner Michael Moore, is one of the most controversial documentaries in recent memory.
Spider-Man 2 is the great example of how the words and colors of comic books can become on-screen reality. It is as entertaining as it is smart, engaging as it is affecting, and enjoyable as it is successful
“The world forgetting, by the world forgot / Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind!” These beautiful lines were taken from Alexander...