A kidnapping victim watched his case linger needlessly in court for years. In S.F., he has company.
J. Hoberman, Robert Wilonsky, and Scott Foundas put their minds together and come up with their favorite films of the year. Let's hear it for teamwork.
Tony Gilroy's (heretofore unseen) expert light touch in Duplicity.
Aaron Loeb's latest lets the audience decide.
WALL-E blasts off to the future by boldly going where every sci-fi movie's gone before. And that's a good thing.
Tim Burton's gorgeously gruesome Sweeney Todd
Rush Hour 3 director Brett Ratner has been called a fauxteur, a womanizer and, worse, over budget. Why you should take him seriously anyway.
A rare superior sequel, Ocean's Twelve entertains with cinematic sleight of hand
Undertow relishes in the pain and beauty of a reclusive Southern family
Film Reps List for 12-12-2001
Billy Bob has a simple plan: to sing about life and lovin' his wife
Bruce Campbell knows why bad movies happen to great actors
D.A. Pennebaker doesn't make history, but he's captured so much of it
Filmmakers David Elton, Tom Johnston and Eric Tignini; Indie artist-in-residence Charles Burnett; Production of Plato's Cave
She's finally been invited to the Oscar party, but what will she do after the ball?
The Court and Spark might be the Bay Area's best new country band, if only it played country music
Heather Graham stars in Committed
Hal Hartley on realism, surrealism, and Henry Fool