As Happy-Go-Lucky's angry road instructor, character actor Eddie Marsan enters the fast lane.
Wong Kar-Wai's first English-language foray is a minor confection.
Art imitates life as U.S. directors command this year's fest, with only China rivaling for celluloid domination.
Jude Law gets his urban renewal on in Minghella's dramatic dud
The awful truth about Nancy Meyers
An abundance of the best international cinema at the 2006 Telluride and Toronto film festivals
A haunting tapestry that reveals how we connect while technology keeps us apart
Ledger plays it straight as Casanova's lustful lead
In a year when small movies came up big, picking the best was a Payne
Why the best films of 2004 look like indies but aren't
Howard Hughes gets what he wants, in this case a fun and loving biopic
Jim Carrey's in fine form, but the rest of Snicket is less fortunate
Urban savages wage war over sex in Mike Nichols' dreadfully funny new film
Jude Law's Alfie puts a pretty face on what was an ugly story
Searching for the meaning of life in a movie that barely exists
Sky Captain zooms back to a tomorrow that never was
Stephen Fry masterfully transcribes the wit of Waugh to the big screen
A gay movie buff takes tips from Cary Grant
Twin tigers light up the screen in Two Brothers
David Mamet's Dr. Faustus doesn't lack for talent, but the wooden performance of its main character kills any interest in the story
Two teenagers show how to get your script read by a big-name movie actor