The best DVDs of '07 made old movies feel new again
Know-it-all media the world over got punked by the latest New Times parody, and now (sigh . . .) its time to cop to the details.
Tuneful, campy fun
Showbiz noir investigates TV Supermans real-life tragedy
The life of a model turned bounty hunter
Way beyond Broadway
Remembering the movies that heated up cinemas this year
Hollywood Ending shows Woody Allen in obvious decline . . . and delusion?
In Novocaine, Steve Martin sticks his fingers in all the wrong places
The Coen Brothers use black humor to put a new twist on film noir
Albert and Allen Hughes deliver a sensuous but grisly message From Hell
Finding Forrester tries to get it right
Gunmetal Blues, an homage to noir, is a tough act to followliterally
Legendary record producer Snuff Garrett turned his back on Hollywood for a piece of the Arizona cowboy myth
Fledgling filmmaker Vincent Gallo scores audacious debut with Buffalo 66
John Travolta goes postal while Dustin Hoffman and the whole world watch in Mad City