San Diego's Comic-Con has easily become the pop culture lodestar of this generation and 2009's panel line up will not disappoint the nerd pilgrims who've made the long journey to Southern California's geek mecca. Below you'll find our list of 10 panels that should not be missed by any self-respectin ... More >>
Soderbergh's two Che Guevara films in one four-hour sitting.
Raucous doc catches moral watchdogs with their pants down
Aquamarine peddles a fish story to undemanding tweeners
A look inside the grandiose cinematic dreams -- and genuine transcendent joy -- at Voice of Pentecost Church
Local filmmaker Shane Carruth won Sundance's top honor. So...now what?
Life's a bitch -- and, apparently, so are the editors at the top fashion magazines
Why a biotech scientist decided to chuck it all and become an independent filmmaker
If Fox expels Undeclared, blame everyone but Judd Apatow
Five years after Swingers, Jon Favreau just wanted to get a movie Made
When C.D. Payne stopped writing ad copy, he created a revolutionary teenage hero
When Fox-TV canceled American High, the network hit a new low
Chris McQuarrie won an Oscar for Usual Suspects, to which Hollywood responded, "Big deal'
Living on the sidewalk for a month. Sleeping with Wookiees. $300 action figures. The new Star Wars isn't just a movie. It's a force that's with us.
American movies once enthralled the world with their exuberance and clarity. What happened in the 1990s?
Independence Day Directed by Roland Emmerich. Starring Bill Pullman, Jeff Goldblum, and Will Smith. Courage Under Fire Directed by Edward Zwick. Starring Denzel Washington and Meg Ryan.