An intensely acted, minutely observed attempt to convey the arc of a romantic involvement.
A faithful but partly satisfying adaptation of Jim Thompson's great 1952 pulp crime novel.
Philip Seymour Hoffman makes an engagingly modest directorial debut.
Director Spencer Susser spikes every scene with gratuitous provocations and repetitive vulgarities.
An admirable if fundamentally academic exploration of Allen Ginsberg's signal work.
Film reps a weirdly intriguing mix of previous post-apocalyptic pics.
There is something to enjoy about this flagrant makeover of fiction's first modern detective.
Cameron creates another world entirely in "Avatar" and it's very much a place worth visiting.