Talk about a broken record. The U.S. Marshals Service has once more done Sheriff Joe Arpaio's job for him, this time by nabbing an escapee from Joe's jails, who basically exchanged identities with another inmate, and walked out. See also: -Joe Arpaio Won't Do His Job, So Marshal David Gonzales Does ... More >>
Ad-RockIt used to be that plays like Hair epitomized the marriage between rock and musical, but recent years have seen the combination pushed to new limits. You probably know Green Day's American Idiot and U2's constantly flailing Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark, but have you heard of Serj Tank ... More >>
Seen here, did Tim Robbins escape from Shawshank Prison, or realize he accidentally donated money to J.D. Hayworth? You be the judge.For anyone who has ever seen Tim Robbins talk about, well, anything political, you probably find it hard to fathom that he would donate much more than a mean- ... More >>
Stomp! Shout! Scream!: Saturday, August 2, at Space 55 Prêt-à-Porter: Sunday, August 3, at Phoenix Art Museum By Clay McNear Some people -- okay, me -- would classify Gidget as a monster movie. No, Sandra Dee was not the Devil and Moondoggie wasn't her slavering hellhound, but their 1959 flick ... More >>
Tenacious D gets the band back together, and . . . and . . . and?
The story of an 80s anti-apartheid activist carries overtones of the present
Sweeping you into an alternate reality
Good and gory
In the season of sequels and Happy Meal toys, '05 may be a pleasant surprise
Robbins' Embedded seeks the truth
Sci-fi fans "clamoring for gunplay, rooftop chases or killer robots will be sorely missing the point"
By Luke Y. Thompson and Gregory Weinkauf
In a year of big-screen sadness, our critics comfort those who triumphed
The heart wants what the brain has to fight for in 21 Grams
Eastwood takes a guilt trip down the mighty Mystic River
Jonathan Demme remakes Charade, but it's hardly an imitation
Someone must have been to come up with Bad Company
Ignoble savages go ape in Human Nature
In 1988, Ron Shelton made Bull Durham. In 2002, it couldn't be done.
The flimsy techno thriller Antitrust does nothing to boost Ryan Phillippe to stardom
Vincent D'Onofrio may be the best actor of his generation, but who would notice?
High Fidelity -- you read the book, now CD movie
De Palma's out to launch with misfired Mission
Tim Robbins misses the mark in Cradle Will Rock
Shedding tiers over IFC
Paranoia-in-the-'burbs sinks Arlington Road's property values
Unfunny, product-placement-packed Austin Powers sequel can go shag itself
Far from formulaic, Pi still doesn't add up to much
No pain, little gain in instantly forgettable Nothing to Lose
LYLE LOVETT'S CELLIST, JOHN HAGEN, BENDS MORE THAN STRINGS