There are endless lists to be made about Wes Anderson films: best music moments, best drug references, best Bill Murray scenes.... Fans of Anderson treasure every second of his films, often committing whole passages to memory; many can mimic the characters on screen, and they're always up for a repe ... More >>
Aaron ThackerayYonnas Abraham of BLKHRTS at Artopia 2012. Looking over the schedule for Artopia, it quickly becomes clear that it is impossible to see everything. Choices must be made and none of them are easy. To wait until the end of the set; or make sure that you catch the beginning of the next ... More >>
The Big Year, based on a 2004 book by former Denver Post writer Mark Obmascik and starring Steve Martin, Jack Black, Owen Wilson, Rashida Jones, Anjelica Huston and Rashida Jones, among others, debuts in theaters nationwide today. But before The Big Year got the big Hollywood treatment, it w ... More >>
Only Bruce Willis can save us now.At 11:00 this morning, an asteroid 5-20 meters in diameter came within 7,800 miles of Earth. Asteroids and meteorites (ever wonder the difference?) make close calls with Earth all the time, but no time in the history of the world was so harrowing as 1997 and ... More >>
Most pet lovers have heard of the bestselling novel by journalist John Grogan, Marley & Me: Life and Love with the World's Worst Dog. Hollywood couldn't wait to get its hands on the story: A mere three years after the book was published, 20th Century Fox is releasing the film version of Marley ... More >>
Owen Wilsons a bad fit for an ass-kicking bodyguard.
Judd Apatow's pretty good year.
Everything you wanted to know about being Jewish but were afraid to ask.
Wes Andersonís road-trip tale of brotherly love stings with the depth (yes, depth) of his whimsy.
Cartoon kids poke around Spielberg's Monster House.
You, Me and Dupree overstays its welcome.
Pixar's latest is no lemon, but it does have that used-Cars smell.
Failure is Matthew McConaughey's perfect movie.
He loved filming bears in the wild. The bears had other plans.
Skirt-chasing Vince Vaughn is Wedding Crashers' master of ceremonies.
Vin Diesel moves in, and the laughs move out.
Wes Anderson takes Bill Murray out to sea and strands him there.
A PG-13 rating squeezes the life out of Anacondas.
No obvious joke goes untouched in this so-so remake.
There's little merit to The Big Bounce.
Another SNL vet may be the next Bill Murray. Seriously.
Ray Liotta wants to know why he loses roles to...Owen Wilson?
Trio is the network where great shows go to die, and so much more
Murphy and Wilson fool around with formulaic fun.
Owen Wilson goes Behind Enemy Lines and lands on familiar terrain.
Stiller and De Niro square off in Meet the Parents.
Shanghai Noon goes way out West, but not far enough.
DVDs pull back the curtain on the movies, but do you really want to see the Wizard?
The Minus Man doesn't equal the sum of its parts.