If you're still hustling to get all of the Best Picture nominees watched before the Oscars on February 24, don't starve yourself doing it. We've been pairing up dinner and movies just so you'd be ready for Oscar season. While we didn't hit all of the nominees, we got most of them and have ideas for ... More >>
While a jumbo tub of hot buttered popcorn is one of our most frequently indulged guilty pleasures, we think a good movie deserves a little better company than junk food. Try out our movie and meal pairings for yourself or feel free to suggest one of your own favorites in the comments. The Movie: S ... More >>
Jared Loughner, as described by a member of the equally batty Westboro Baptist Church, is "bat-shit crazy."By now you've probably seen the chilling photo of Jared Loughner taken by the Pima County Sheriff's Office after Saturday's shooting rampage in Tucson. If not, look to the right (unles ... More >>
Thomas' corpse is still twitching, alas... As of 6:36 p.m. today, the Arizona Secretary of State's office was reporting that state Schools Superintendent Tom Horne leads his rival, former County Attorney Andrew Thomas, by 485 votes in the GOP primary for state Attorney General. SOS spokes ... More >>
Think Danny Trejo supports the boycott of AZ? I'm guessing, yes.Hollywood director Robert Rodriguez of Sin City and El Mariachi fame has dissected Arizona's new "papers please" legislation in the coolest way imaginable, producing what he calls an "illegal trailer" for his upcoming Mexploitation flic ... More >>
Dennis Wilenchik issued hugely invasive subpoenas to New Times without grand jury review
Patty Jenkins and Charlize Theron give birth to a Monster
Edward Burns rounds up the all-stars for a Confidence game
Simone pairs Pacino and Niccol in metaphorical mishap
By the second reel, you'll be hoping for a swift end to Life As a House
Mistake-laden book by local professor gets panned by readers
For U2 fans feeling burned by the group's excesses, the band's latest album and tour is a soul-affirming revival
Tom Green's directorial debut is occasionally hilarious but sloppily executed
Barcelona a baffling experience
Vincent D'Onofrio may be the best actor of his generation, but who would notice?
Hapa Sushi Lounge
Is the Clash still the only band that matters?
Michael Mann's tobacco saga The Insider is an Oscar-worthy tale of real-life suspense
Subtle it's not, but actor Frank Whaley's Joe the King gets the job done
Scorsese's Bringing Out the Dead is a bumpy gurney into the dark side
Kevin Bacon hasn't been in every movie ever made -- it just feels like it
The overlong, sometimes funky Jackie Brown shows Tarantino looking for direction
Keaton and Streep straighten up melodramatic Marvin's Room
Homeless people hawk three different publications on curbs all over the Valley. What's brought about the proliferation of street sheets, and who, if anyone, benefits?