If you survive the apocalypse -- whether it be nuclear, environmental, pestilent or zombie -- don't think you're out of the woods just yet. As we see ...
This is not a movie for sissies! Based on Cormac McCarthy's Pulitzer Prize winning novel, The Road is a road movie on a landscape, barren after ...
I'm a native New Yorker. I love nothing more than seeing Manhattan dressed up and ready to party. It doesn't hurt when Charlize Theron and Lindsay Lohan show up to party with you.
Charlize Theron, an actress who knows how to reveal herself without making a big deal of it, delivers an emotionally naked performance. It's a showcase role, but not a showy one.
The unemployment rate and health care issues getting you down? Try living in a post-apocalyptic world, where bad taste (as in cannibalism) is prevalent and fuel and more wholesome foods are not.
Not only can Michael Caine deliver the acting goods with the right vehicles, but off the set he also exhibits a refreshing common sense about the film business itself.
In keeping with the Academy's tradition of recognizing Indian contributions to the film industry, we pay tribute to Slumdog Millionaire by excluding it from our acting categories.
This artistic shortcut is so trite as to be almost subliminal, so taken for granted that it is never questioned except in the hidden places of the heart where self-image is formed.
As intense as these roles have been, Theron alternately can seem surprisingly innocent and yet fervently committed, If only because she refuses to to succumb to gossip-mag expectations.
Dean worked closely with his certified organic lab to develop a plant-derived collagen: not an animal derived one. Even working with a "green" lab, it was difficult to convince them, "No Lather!"
As Paul Haggis's epic garners the awards it deserves, the film will be the subject of multiple interpretations of the Iraq war.
When his son is killed, what one character discovers forces him to ask questions of his beloved army that he never thought he would be asking.