Jacques Rivettes Duchess puts a pomo spin on the oldest of love stories.
Boys will be boys in Street Kings' shallow look at dirty police.
An epic gusher, Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood strikes oil, and then some.
As his fourth film in a decade arrives in theaters, the movies' most enigmatic leading man reveals the method behind his on-screen madness.
The year's best characters.
Steel yourself for 2008 with a look back at the year's best scripts.
Horror films failed to scare up the big bucks in 2007.
The top movies of 2007.
Testing the limits of familial bonds, one nursing-home application at a time.
All aboard the ’80s wayback machine for Mike Nichols’s good time Charlie.
That old “last man on earth” setup? It really works.
Jan McEwan’s Atonement, now as a bodice-ripper.
Sibling rivalry. Daddy issues. Infidelity. Sidney Lumet crafts one hell of a melodrama.
The Coen Brothers transcend themselves with their latest project.
The odd upside of Robert Redford’s terribly earnest, quite terrible war drama.
Richard Kelly leaves nothing behind in his pop-packed, apocalyptic pageant.
Schmaltzy Martian Child attacks John Cusack, all dads.
Ridley Scott’s portrait of a ’70s dope CEO may not be epic, but it’s still super-fly.
Malick, mobsters and Mr. Brooks.
The Brothers Affleck come through with a complex, sophisticated Boston crime drama.
Watch your back, Grisham: Michael Clayton’s no ordinary legal thriller.
Cannes 2007 was a success, but how many of its movies will you actually get to see?
Art imitates life as U.S. directors command this year's fest, with only China rivaling for celluloid domination.
From Dakota Fanning's rape to John Cusack's daddy issues, Sundance 2007 was all about the kiddie porn.