In 2013, love came in many forms: girl on zombie, boy on smartphone, and James Franco on -- count 'em -- two hot bikini babes at the same time. Sure, romantic comedies are as extinct as Oprah Winfrey's chances of winning Best Supporting Actress at the Golden Globes, but audiences had plenty of onscr ... More >>
Thor: The Dark World just doesn't compare to the 2011 original, in spite of its few redeeming qualities. That's the consensus among this paper's film critics on this week's Voice Film Club podcast, available now. Listen to the Voice Film Club podcast. "[The original Thor movie] was so unbelievably ... More >>
We've been surveying Hollywood's relationship with our fair state via picks for the ten best movies filmed in Colorado, plus ten memorable movies set in Colorado but not filmed here and the ten most awesomely cheesy Colorado movies. Today, it's the ten biggest Hollywood movie misses shot in Colorado ... More >>
Editor's note: Village Voice media film critic Karina Longworth is blogging regularly from the Toronto Film Festival.This is her fourth in the series. As the summer of self-plagiarism comes to a close, add Terrence Malick to the list of those accused of this debatable crime: The auteur's quick foll ... More >>
Obviously inspired by Todd Haynes, this competent '50s domestic drama doesn't quite compare.
Aquamarine peddles a fish story to undemanding tweeners.
The Family Stone is hard to like, harder still to hate.
Romance is alive -- and dead -- in Just Like Heaven.
Wes Craven takes a cue from Hitchcock aboard the Red Eye.
Hilarious Rob Schneider flick? Who'd have seen it coming?
Skirt-chasing Vince Vaughn is Wedding Crashers' master of ceremonies.
Need a love story to cry over? Leaf through The Notebook.
Talking smack wreaks high school havoc in Mean Girls.