Saving Private Ryan Star Sued Over Faulty Shower Door

5th June 2011 -

 News

A Costa Rican pop star is suing Saving Private Ryan star Jeremy Davies after she was injured while taking a shower in a California property he owns.Debi Nova claims the actor could have prevented an...

It's Kind of a Funny Story

6th January 2011 -

 Movie Review

While this comedy is an intriguing exploration of mental illness, the title is perhaps too accurate: it's only kind of funny. But even though the film is somewhat mopey, it's also packed with great moments.Craig...

Rescue Dawn

4th July 2007 -

 Movie Review

In 1997, Werner Herzog made Little Dieter Needs to Fly, a documentary about German-born American Navy pilot Dieter Dengler who, in the early days of the Vietnam War, was captured and held in a Laotian...

Spanking the Monkey

4th January 2007 -

 Movie Review

Like trip-hop group Massive Attack, David O. Russell started off quiet and slowly became loud as all get-out. With all the craziness and banter that came out over Russell's philosophical slapstick masterpiece I Heart Huckabees,...

Secretary

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

Secret desires and dark, unusual fetishes make for great fiction, but few filmmakers have enough courage to tackle ideas that private. However, Steven Shainberg has more than enough audacity and he doesn't hesitate to...

Going All the Way

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

Jeremy Davies doesn't really make for a credible ladykiller, nor does he even pass for a G.I. straight outta WWII. Going All the Way's bevy of beauties (dig the cast list) can't make much more...

Saving Private Ryan

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

At this point, I don't know what I'd say about Saving Private Ryan, even if I hadn't liked it.Undoubtedly this year's hype leader among "quality" pictures, Ryan hasn't garnered a word of bad buzz aside...

The Million Dollar Hotel

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

Three words: Story by Bono.Yikes! This marginal flick puts detective Mel Gibson in charge of investigating the murder of a billionnaire's son in a wacky hotel overrun by mental patients who can't afford the...

The Florentine

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

The Florentine has that desperate desire to be Reservoir Dogs, with a rogues' gallery of ex-cons, mobsters, and sad sacks all trying to make a go at life and intersecting at their favorite bar....

Cq

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

Am I supposed to be excited that Francis Ford Coppola's son is directing his first film? Apparently everyone else is. Maybe Roman Coppola will become the genius director his father is. But if...

Teknolust

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

A sci-fi film for those who enjoy the concept and theory of the genre, if not actually its practice, Teknolust would probably be better enjoyed if it had been made into a multimedia display for...

Nell

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

Jodie Foster provides a rare letdown in Nell, the story of a woman raised in solitude by her stroke-victim mother. What could have been a poignant story about gender roles and ethics is instead...

Ravenous

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

"You are who you eat." So goes the tongue-in-cheek (so to speak) tagline of Ravenous, the inexplicable black comedy by iffy directress Antonia Bird.Set during the Mexican-American War, Ravenous starts with the promising tale...

Up at the Villa

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

Hey, who hasn't been clamoring for a Kristin Scott Thomas-Sean Penn romantic drama? At long last, Up at the Villa is the answer to all those unspoken dreams.Up at the Villa reunites the director...

Spanking the Monkey

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

Probably the best mother-son incest movie ever made, and I mean that from the heart. Incidentally, this is David O. Russell's first film, launching his career as a purveyor of the truly bizarre.

Solaris (2002)

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

Fear not, Clooney fans. Those two already-infamous shots of George's butt are alive and well in the long-talked-about but barely-anticipated Solaris -- a remake of the equally infamous 1972 Russian sci-fi epic (known for its...

29 Palms (2002)

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

You're a filmmaker with a quirky cast but no money to actually shoot your movie. What do you do?Well, you borrow the oldest trick in the book by putting your characters in the desert,...

The Laramie Project

1st November 2005 -

 Movie Review

Hey, look at me! I'm a B-list Hollywood actor with an inflated sense of self-worth that thinks he can "do something" for the world by making a socially responsible film.Hey, look at me!...

Up At The Villa

8th March 2005 -

 Movie Review

An adaptation of one of Somerset Maugham's lesser novellas, the Jazz-era, pre-war romantic drama "Up at the Villa" has an impressive pedigree.Kirstin Scott Thomas -- whose stock-in-trade is intelligent, elegant romantics, outwardly reserved but inwardly...

Solaris

8th March 2005 -

 Movie Review

Steven Soderbergh takes a crack at melding his commercial sensibilities with his esoteric soul in "Solaris," an abstract, ultrastylish, philosophical science fiction film designed to leave you mulling over its meaning for hours, if not...

Cq

8th March 2005 -

 Movie Review

At once an homage to and a spoof of two signature styles of late 1960s cinema, "CQ" is an enjoyably eccentric entry into feature filmmaking by a writer-director who has the art form in his...

Secretary

8th March 2005 -

 Movie Review

For most people "Secretary" may be a "love it" or "hate it" movie. Let's face it -- a dark, quirky, sado-masochistic romantic comedy isn't for everyone. But for me it wasn't the subject matter that...

Dogville

8th March 2005 -

 Movie Review

Lars von Trier's peculiar compulsion to humiliate his heroines (and by extension the actresses who play them) has finally crescendoed to a deafening din of indiscriminate, exasperating martyrdom in "Dogville," a daring experiment in heightened...

Ravenous

8th March 2005 -

 Movie Review

"Ravenous" is a dark comedy thriller about cannibalismat an army post in the pre-Gold Rush Sierra Nevada. It's one of those high-conceptmovies that is easy to pitch to a studio head in 25 words or...

Teknolust

8th March 2005 -

 Movie Review

A silly cybersexual fantasy hinged on the fetishistic sci-fi gimmick of replicant women who need sperm to survive, "Teknolust" isn't much better than what it sounds like -- a porn spoof. The fact that writer-director...

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