Editor's Note: With a tip of the cap to the man, we bid Maynard James Keenan adieu. This is MJK's final column for Up on the Sun, as he's devoting 2013 to more music and more wine. You won't have to wait too long to hear some of the fruits of his labor: On Tuesday, February 19, Puscifer will release ... More >>
The world premiere of the movie X-Men Origins: Wolverine will take place at the Harkins Cine Capri at Tempe Marketplace on April 27. Tempe won the premiere, which star Hugh Jackman is scheduled to attend, through an online contest by Twentieth Century Fox...Alicia-Monique Blanco, better known as Mis ... More >>
Your kid is a monster
Coming soon to an air-conditioned theater near you
Halfway through Sundance and still whistling a happy tune
Raucous doc catches moral watchdogs with their pants down
Stale romantic comedy has neither romance nor comedy
Third time's a charm for fans
A fish story for undemanding tweeners
Answer: one really stunning siege
Like Big Fish for little kids
With imaginary friends like these, who needs enemies?
Why the best films of 2004 look like indies but aren't
Braff pulls triple duty on his new project
Veteran actors breathe life into an old storyline
Bernardo Bertolucci revisits young love with The Dreamers
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies actually requires a brain cell or two?
Chicago dances its way through the origins of the celebrity crook
With the rich, says Igby, always a little pity
When it comes to producing movies, it's a fine art (or Art Linson)
Fear and self-loathing at the Minority Report junket
DEJ Productions tries to give 'direct-to-video' a good name
Owen Wilson goes down Behind Enemy Lines but lands in familiar terrain
Baz Luhrmann makes movies--and audiences--in his own image
Chris Carter considers the futures of X-Files and Lone Gunmen
Sam Hamm writes great scripts. So why do they rarely get made?
Monkeybone, like a dream, is best when half-remembered
The Rocky Horror Picture Show really isn't the point anymore; it's the audience response that keeps this midnight Mass going
When Pearse Cullinane left Dublin to work for Fox Animation Studios in Phoenix, he hadn't counted on losing his rights in a right-to-work state. These days the only line he's drawing is in the sand.
Classic children's story Dr. Dolittle deserves better than this misconceived mess
Anastasia fails to revolutionize animation
Time-warped Rocky Horror Show pitches camp onstage-- and strikes out
Dog-eared Star Maps charts familia territory