Funky disco duo Oliver is the newest project from DJ/producer Vaughn "U-Tern" Oliver and producer Oliver "Oligee" Goldstein. Both respected artists in their own right, with U-Tern remixing tracks from artists like Holy Ghost and Britney Spears, and Oligee producing tracks for pop artists like Kelly ... More >>
People plan parties around this stuff, so we assume you probably watched too. But just in case you didn't, here's a timeline of the 84th Academy Awards ceremony. They make it this long just to mess with us all, in case you didn't know...
By Randall Roberts You don't need a half-wit music critic to tell you it's been a remarkable year for America, one historians will be discussing and researching for centuries to come. War, financial collapse, politics, technology: All have been dinner-table topics for many Americans. Racial barrier ... More >>
It Is Time for a Love Revolution (Virgin)
An abundance of the best international cinema at the 2006 Telluride and Toronto film festivals
An extreme road trip that's never just a drag
Kevin Smith is Silent Bob? Dude, my butt he is.
She dreams of being the next Janet Jackson, but she's just a Stanford grad who sings syrupy pop, looks absolutely fab, and makes local teens swoon.
Which, come to think of it, may be enough, for everyone involved.
Distributors still don't honeymoon with small romantic comedies
Steve Martin almost gets Down with Queen Latifah, but they mostly strike out
But just think, no one hates TV more than Trent Lott
If he'd just revert to type, Jerry Brown could help California avoid a Davis vs. Simon truck wreck
The S.F. International Film Festival will honor a venerated Argentine filmmaker all but unknown in the U.S.
If Fox expels Undeclared, blame everyone but Judd Apatow
Holiday Event Lisitngs
What Women Want is a better movie than this two-hour Nike ad
Vincent D'Onofrio may be the best actor of his generation, but who would notice?
In the '90s, the Pet Shop Boys have made a case for being more than just a retro act. America still won't listen.
Michael Sragow finds eight good films, and countless condescending duds, in a year at the movies