The black comedy isn't just a forbearer to Clueless and Mean Girls—it's one of the most scathing indictments of high-school groupthink ever made.
What John Carpenter got wrong: Los Angeles becoming a prison island. What he got right: Someone in our day and age might well be tempted to shut off all the world's electricity.
The new Sylvester Stallone tries, weakly, to reclaim the ground between gritty drama and spoof.
Judd Apatow's latest protagonists are adults whose self-centeredness is just tedious.
Which means there's lots of room for improvement this coming week's remake
Talking with director Ben Lewin and star John Hawkes about their film about a disabled man experiencing sex for the first time.