For decades, television has been slowly strangling cinema attendance. 3-D, we're told, will save movie-going, at least for a few more years. But why think so small? It's time to take it to the next level--or rather, the next dimension. Chris Orr offers a modest proposal to fix the film industry.
Eleven years since the series' last installment, Buzz Lightyear, Woody, et al return as their owner heads off to college
The film production company is so successful because it keeps a staff of creative regulars who are committed to working on a film until it's (almost) perfect
The two "Iron Man 2" actors both emerged triumphant after bouts with substance abuse. But one is much worse for wear.
The new movie has more characters and more special effects, but less of the emotional crackle that made the first film
Decades ahead of 'Do you feel lucky?' the future president anticipates Eastwood's iconic character
Clooney's latest is very good, but what keeps it from being great?
This holiday weekend, take your pick of Chinese warlords, poultry thieves, or post-apocalyptic quests
Making a bad movie this good is harder than it looks
Subjects have now entered the hot zone
'Precious' is groundbreaking and deserves to be seen. But it's also the apotheosis of Oprah-ism
If only the rest of Peter Morgan's films didn't have puffed-up ambitions
It may not be for children, but it's the most perceptive film about childhood in ages
There is only so much doom and misfortune a person can take--even in a Coen Brothers movie
Flesh-eating strippers, chainsaw-wielding cowboys, and that girl from 'Little Miss Sunshine'--what else could you want from a zombie movie?
This was one remake we did not need, but there's an unexpected tenderness in the older cast members' performances
The unbearable blandness of hot person cannibalism
Steven Soderbergh's latest is the funniest movie in five years that doesn't have a gag related to bodily functions
Quentin Tarantino's rediscovers his ambition, 15 years after 'Pulp Fiction,' in this exhilarating and only occasionally exasperating WWII flick
One film gets under the skin, while the other stays on the surface