The era of the movie star is over, so studios are stuffing their films with recognizable faces Published July 31 2011
The once mighty writer/director tries an indie comeback Published July 28 2011
Today's rom-coms celebrate monogamy even when they're full of casual sex Published July 20 2011
Yes, we all want to see the new 'Harry Potter' film. But don't forget about these documentaries. Published July 13 2011
Movie critics savage child-friendly movies. Are they missing the point? Published July 8 2011
The Summer movie season isn't over yet, but let's analyze what we've seen so far Published July 6 2011
The new Sarah Palin film likely won't be screened for critics. Is that a good thing? Published July 1 2011
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