Jude Law gets his urban renewal on in Minghella's dramatic dud
How the story of a high school basketball team ended up much more
After struggling uphill in the difficult yet potentially profitable world of computer animation films, Wild Brain is on the cusp of success
Redford grows old gracefully in An Unfinished Life
The Great Raid's compelling story never comes to life
Stephen Chow's Kung Fu Hustle breaks all the rules
Things we were obsessing about on Jan. 19, 2005
Why the best films of 2004 look like indies but aren't
Overnight, a would-be auteur destroyed his future
Gere and J.Lo Dance, and there's nothing dirty about it
Or, what does Miramax have against Asian films?
In the dark, brilliant Buffalo Soldiers, men of war beat boredom by attacking each other
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies actually requires a brain cell or two?
In Spirited Away, Hayao Miyazaki soars through the looking glass
This season's cinema demands attention
Two former nannies write a fictional tell-all
Terry Zwigoff is set to direct a twisted Christmas tale called Bad Santa
Jay and Silent Bob tells the ultimate inside joke, without a punch line
Capitalizing on last year's success at Sundance, two S.F. filmmakers take on a new project with Doonesburycreator Garry Trudeau.
Teensploitation films; "Donna's Domain"
Clockwatchers, Hope and Glory, In & Out
"Studio Ghibli: The Magic of Miyazaki, Takahata, and Kondo"
American movies once enthralled the world with their exuberance and clarity. What happened in the 1990s?