The UC Theater in 1917 Berkeley's venerable UC Theater may be reopening for business, not as a movie house, but as an entertainment venue. According to Leah Matanky of Slim's/the Great American Music Hall, her company has a proposal to renovate the storied building into a "lovely, world class l ... More >>
It's always dead at The Club.
Johnnie To, gunslinger, pays stylish homage to the good old days
Hollywood ho-hum horror keeps ripping off the best, turning out the worst
Despite a nonexistent marketing campaign, Cuarón's latest is not to be missed
A hero of the Hong Kong new wave returns the compliment
Asian action movies don't get much less significant than this one
The Matrix: Path of Neo is more chop suey than chopsocky.
Jan Decleir shines as a senile hit man in The Memory of a Killer
Christian Bale chases phantoms and loses sleep in Brad Anderson's latest
The sequel to Ghost in the Shell is a feast for the eyes, but a disappointment for the brain
I, Robot owes little to Asimov and much to prior sci-fi cinema
Stephen Chow's kung fu soccer spoof is fun, sort of
Two years later, a digital-video short film became an overnight ad sensation
How waterfront developer Carl Ernst fished for political influence to help his struggling Pier 38 project
This season's cinema demands attention
Summer 2002 sees the little guys getting up to a lot of big things
Putting the world back together at the 45th annual S.F. International Film Festival
In Time and Tide, Tsui Hark delivers a plotless wonder
Hong Kong's art house and Hollywood's studio system don't mesh too well -- yet
Devil-Ettes fund-raiser; Love Psychedelico; "Sound Effects: The Magic of Foley"
With Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Ang Lee reinvents the martial arts movie for the art house crowd
Wesley Snipes kicks his way through the flashy, feisty Art of War
Mission: Impossible 2
The 43rd San Francisco International Film Festival
Dan "The Automator" Nakamura loves hip hop -- but he loves music more
American movies once enthralled the world with their exuberance and clarity. What happened in the 1990s?
A conversation with John Woo
A history of grand movie theaters haunts a commercialized neighborhood