Jonathan KauffmanNeatloaf from Ananda Fuara. Part of a series about restaurants that have been around so long they've slipped into a media black hole.Given its grotty corner, given its windowless exterior, it's always a shock to enter Ananda Fuara and find yourself in a such a bright space. From ... More >>
This fall, visual artists bite, reflect, and cannibalize.
Less money, fewer hits at midpoint of Sundance 2009.
Once grand, The Women is now just another chick flick.
It's anime on overdrive in the Wachowski brothers' souped-up, tricked-out Speed Racer.
Fairy-tale land and the real world collide to no good end in Enchanted
Don't let Paul Haggis' heavy hand stop you from seeing his latest
Week 2 of the 49th San Francisco International Film Festival
Elizabethtown is a mess, not that its director should care
Aschenbrand's witty, raunchy memoir
Things we were obsessing about on Feb. 23, 2005
Things get ugly when Infiltrator is unmasked at a celebrity impersonator convention, but all ends well when fake Arnold Schwarzenegger marries faux Shania Twain
Jude Law's Alfie puts a pretty face on what was an ugly story
Gere and J.Lo Dance, and there's nothing dirty about it
Distributors still don't honeymoon with small romantic comedies
This season's cinema demands attention
Holiday Event Lisitngs
The rest of the country is re-appraising the death penalty; California sues to keep a minister from comforting those facing execution
The state wants to deny religious counsel immediately before executions. But why?
A Time to Kill Directed by Joel Schumacher. Starring Matthew McConaughey, Samuel L. Jackson, Sandra Bullock, and Kevin Spacey.
S.F. animator Henry Selick brings Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach to the screen
A Mission bagel shop proves an eye-opening site for Bert Katz
The Celluloid Closet ponders gay images in the movies
Dead Man Walking airs both sides in the moral dilemma of capital punishment