Despite the bizarre casting of Sylvester Stallone and 48-year-old Michael Caine alongside an international team of the world's greatest soccer stars, Victory remains one of the best of all sports movies. A team of POWs overcomes a crack squad of Nazis -- in a fixed match, no less! -- and escapes to ... More >>
Good evening, Mr. BondBritish composer John Barry has died at age 77 of a heart attack, leaving behind three ex-wives and a widow, four Grammys, a few Oscars, an Order of the British Empire, and -- most importantly -- a wealth of lush, evocative film scores. You'd surely recognize his work from t ... More >>
Britain's infamous James Bulger case comes back, with nuance, in Boy A.
Heath Ledger peers into the void as Christopher Nolan's Batman returns.
Despite a nonexistent marketing campaign, Cuarón's latest is not to be missed
Memento director plumbs the depths of magic and loss
The Weather Man's a comedy, but not that kind
Redford grows old gracefully in An Unfinished Life
Bewitched delivers just what you'd expect. Absolutely nothing.
The Dark Knight's origin story can't overcome its Baleful side
Sandra Bullock fires off another Miss
Jude Law's Alfie puts a pretty face on what was an ugly story
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies actually requires a brain cell or two?
Remedial Cinema, Voodoo Organists, studs for hire, and more
Michael Fox recaps the best in Bay Area film for 2002 and recounts the first annual awards handed out by the S.F. Film Critics Circle
In Goldmember, Myers' mojo is running low
This season's cinema demands attention
The Castro's renovation is a work in progress
Film Reps List for 12-12-2001
Actor-comic Eddie Izzard just wants to be loved
Or: Why winning an Oscar sometimes means losing sight of a career
Philip Kaufman's Quills is a harsh, lush lecture on sensuality and censorship
Eyes Wide Shut and Stonewall
Week 2 of the Mill Valley Film Festival
Portishead's sppoky mood music provides a soundtrack for sour times