Talk about throwing a rookie into the pot of boiling water, just like that little bunny in the creepy Michael Douglas vehicle, "Fatal Attraction." Arizona Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson took no time in seeing what newly arrived first-baseman Paul Goldschmidt could bring to the table in what is the ... More >>
The private passions of Little Almost Annie
Our Brave leading lady takes back the night
Back home in Holland, Verhoeven uses his basic instincts to craft a slick Holocaust thriller
Bunny is overcooked
Dupree overstays its welcome
Speed thrills at PIR
Matt Dillon takes on Cambodia in City of Ghosts
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?
De Niro -- no surprise -- is the reason to like City by the Sea
Off-kilter but funny, One Night at McCool's isn't a bad way to spend an evening
With Traffic, Steven Soderbergh takes on the unwinnable war
Creator of Wonder Boys and supermen, Michael Chabon is a literary hero
Six Days, Seven Nights stranded with weak script, mismatched stars
Sly In & Out asks the comical question, "Is he or isn't he?"
Hitchcockian The Game fails to master suspense
Overblown Air Force One never gets off the ground
Facing off with Face/Off director John Woo
Scottsdale's Steven McKay is an accomplished Hollywood screenwriter. His legal war with an ex-lover is as melodramatic as any B-movie.