Woody Allen is back from his European vacation. Next, he directs Larry David in NYC and Puccini for L.A. Opera.
The season of big budget bangs uses its brain.
Obviously inspired by Todd Haynes, this competent '50s domestic drama doesn't quite compare.
No Reservations is sweet and savory fare. Without the foam.
King is a faithful adaptation that drowns in ponderous metaphors.
The Dying Gaul offers three likable people who act appallingly.
The Red Scare returns in Good Night, and Good Luck.
Miracle scores with an emotional retelling of an Olympic triumph.
Rose Troche uses the Altman method to reveal more suburban discomfort.
Studios don't get the Upright Citizens, which isn't funny at all
Tom Hanks looks for redemption on The Green Mile.