Don’t let Nike fool you into thinking Woods isn't a rotten scoundrel.
This isn’t the funniest movie since The Hangover — it’s funnier.
It's not a pro-war film, but it's the first major Iraq movie to be an actual movie — not a celluloid op-ed piece.
Tim Burton's Alice is exactly how the girls and women in the audience see themselves: modern, free-thinking, populist.
Always mad as hell about something, perpetually vowing that he won’t take it any longer.
The film is much too long, but no Scorsese picture is entirely devoid of interest.
It's a monster movie done the old-fashioned way — with no apologies and plenty of scary moments.
What role did race play in Barack Obama’s presidential campaign? Plenty.
God, guns, and Johnny Cash? Blessed be this movie.
Between bouts of leftist preaching, the film offers attractive messages on property rights and military readiness. Plus it looks darn good. (Also read Roger L. Simon: POLIWOOD: Is Avatar “Ava-trocious”?)
If this movie is to be believed, plastic surgeons should figure out how to add wrinkles.
It's bizarre for such an experienced filmmaker to waste so much screen time on a sport you probably don’t care about or understand.
The new film starring George Clooney is one of the best of the year.
Sandra Bullock's new vehicle proves to be a fantasy of how wealthy liberals see poor blacks.
Director Wes Anderson has made a stop-motion animated feature sure to bring smiles to the faces of kids and adults alike.
Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire is getting a heavy promotional push from Tyler Perry and Oprah Winfrey, which probably tells you all you need to know.
The beloved children's book becomes a gloomy, mystifying, neurotic downer of a film.
The Coen brothers' latest creation takes a stand in favor of timeless values over the disposable 60s variety.
It is the hallmark of a healthy democracy and a citizenry that cares.
Stephen Soderbergh's film has the Che director yet again thumbing his nose at American moviegoers.
Tarantino helms another winning film that plays on movie genres of the past.
A glance around the blogs reveals that women are swooning for the show, which starts its third season tonight.
Everything is super-cute in Nora Ephron's new film, even those big meany conservatives.