Pic moves reliably and ineluctably toward a well-mapped denouement.
"27 Dresses" is a pleasantly predictable romantic comedy that sees Katherine Heigl following "Knocked Up" with smooth moves at the wheel of her first starring vehicle.
Hell hath no fury like a woman with a grudge, and in "The Brave One," Jodie Foster unleashes her rage on the mean streets of New York with the same mesmeric intensity and steely resolve that have…
"Kill Bill Vol. 1" represents a hypertalented American film geek's fever dream of complete immersion in the world of Asian martial arts pictures. Film is a densely textured work that gets better as…
The material is emotionally wrenching, but the actors play sociopolitical totems more than flesh-and-blood characters in "Losing Isaiah." The question of custody battles between birth and adoptive…
A lovely, rather risky concept isn't entirely fulfilled in the telling of "Before Sunrise," the third feature by helmer Richard Linklater. Fragile tale concerns two kids who meet by chance on a train…
THE CHARTS DO NOT LIE: the popularity of mainstream pop metal is eroding, with the bottom not yet apparent.
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