This week's post includes reviews of the BluRay versions of the gloriously bad camp classic Showgirls and John Ford's archetypical 1939 Western Stagecoach.
This movie screams, "I'm too f%ck*g cool for school." Why, you ask? First off, it's a film from honorary LA native Sofia Coppola.
Thomas Napper fills every frame with the realities of Skid Row. His lens shines the light on a people and a place too many choose to turn away from.
Waiting for Superman is the kind of film we need more of in Hollywood. I say this because it takes an important social issue (education) and educates all of us.
On Monday night I watched a fascinating and disturbing documentary. Gasland chronicles the experience of filmmaker Josh Fox as he travels the nation, discovering and chronicling the ugly side of hydraulic fracturing.
We appreciate you choosing Arclight. And may I add that I personally appreciate you choosing to see this fine piece of cinematic history. I trained at RADA and now I wear a polyester vest. Keep it up, folks.
The Home Is Where You Make It Project is shining the light on an often overlooked national problem: youth homelessness. By decorating small replicas of homes with various forms of art, homeless youth are getting their message out that they are part of our communities as well.
Tonight, at the Venice Film Festival, I will premiere my new movie, "Capitalism: A Love Story." After 16 months of production, I am proud to present this work of mine to you. It is unlike anything you'll see this year.
Between The Fifth Element, Deep Impact, and now 2012, must the president be black every time the world is about to end?
The first quarter of 2009 has been a boon for the movie industry. Film likes Madea Goes to Jail, Fast and Furious, Taken, and Paul Blart: Mall Cop ha...
Women need to get out and support films they are interested in on opening weekend so they get counted in Hollywood terms.
I don't usually do a "let's rundown all the new trailers," but there were several released just in the last week that are worth discussing.
Don LaFontaine, a man with perhaps the most widely recognized and imitated voice in the English-speaking world, has died. He was "The Voice" of over 5,000 movie trailers.
It's been a busy week for Democrats, with a lot to cover. There has been good news and bad, but on the whole I'd have to judge the week a success for...