How many of these movies will you actually get to see?
Despite the title and familiar genre, Mr. Explosion says something new
Coast Guard epic succumbs to watery clichés
The Pirates are back, and they're out to ransack your wallet
Cannon goes undercover, fails to ignite
Origin story has Baleful side
Stinky by-product of the studio system
In a year when small movies came up big, picking the best was a Payne
Trey Parker's puppets play for power in Team America: World Police
A slick remake of a barelyfictionalized biopic renders Irish reporter Guerin's story as Hollywood truth.
Michael Bay's back with Will and Martin, and the result is exactly what you'd expect
Brad Pitt gets animated in a movie that's not -- not really
The In-Laws is bigger and broader than the original, but not better
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies actually requires a brain cell or two?
Kangaroo Jack is a real punch in the pouch
When it comes to producing movies, it's a fine art (or Art Linson)
Someone must have been to come up with Bad Company
The New Guy offers the same ol' dopey crap for kids
Behind the Greenlight is a producer proud to be an ass
Ridley Scott's Black Hawk Down pays grim, gritty homage to real-life warriors
Audiences love Jerry Bruckheimer. Critics don't. Like he cares.
On September 11, the world needed superheroes. It found them not in comic books, but in real life.
How will Hollywood react now that real life is more terrifying than fiction?
Amped-up Swordfish offers fast relief from summer movie blahs
Overblown Pearl Harbor bombs all over again
TV managed to suck and blow in 2000, but still, we watched . . . and watched
Only the devil could have possessed Adam Sandler to make such a bad movie, dragging half of Hollywood with him
Jerry Bruckheimer fumbles faux feel-good Remember the Titans
Follow The Way of the Gun, where dialogue is sparse but memorable, and be rewarded
Chris McQuarrie won an Oscar for Usual Suspects, to which Hollywood responded, 'Big deal'
Coyote Ugly's tavern toughies fail bar exam
Someone take the wheel because Gone in 60 Seconds is lost in boring wreckage
Logic-challenged M:I-2 still manages visceral pleasures
Jerry Bruckheimer and Tony Scott have a political agenda: It's called box office
Hollywood's legendary script doctor Robert Towne won an Oscar for writing Chinatown and polished films from The Godfather to Armageddon; now he helms Without Limits, a film bio of an Olympic runner
All climax, no plot Armageddon deserves to be sent back to the meteor showers
Travolta and Cage Face/Off in mug-slinging match
Crash 'n' burn Con Air never gets off the ground