The '90s don't get a lot of cinematic respect. Apart from a handful of acknowledged classics, film fans tend to overlook work from the rest of the decade. And that's a shame, because while the '90s might not be on the radar for a lot of cinemaphiles, there are plenty of good, ass-kicking crime and a ... More >>
David CarloBootsy Collins (due tonight at The Boulder Theater), a bass player with a larger than life persona, first came to promience in the James Brown band. After leaving Brown's outfit, Collins was convinced by a friend to go to Detroit, where he hooked up with George Clinton, with whom C ... More >>
Is there anyone there?In a way, there's nothing sadder than obsolescence, a thing no longer useful left to fall into misuse and disrepair -- and there's maybe no better example of that than the pay phone. That's why, for the past couple of weeks, we've been highlighting one Sad Payphone of th ... More >>
Who woulda thunk it? 1408 is a terrifying, touching Stephen King adaptation.
A God-fearing black man tames a slutty white girl as Craig Brewer’s South rises again.
From Dakota Fanning's rape to John Cusack's daddy issues, Sundance 2007 was all about the kiddie porn.
The year's most shameless B-movie delivers exactly what it promises.
Freedomland turns a rich, complex book into a poor, simple movie.
Downey and Kilmer make perfect detectives in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.
Stick it to The Man and avoid this slipshod, ugly mess.
Four Brothers makes revenge a frat party.
These heroes may be Incredibles, but they're also normal.
S.W.A.T. storms into the August movie lineup.
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Samuel L. Jackson makes light work of a familiar Formula.
Bruce Willis goes for broke in Unbreakable.
De-sexed Shaft update still delivers action, Jackson.