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June 14, 2007

Critical Consensus: "Silver Surfer" Trips Fantastically, "Nancy Drew" Without a Clue, "DOA" Dead on Arrival Opens in new window

Pop quiz, hotshot: which of the lesser Roberts do you prefer? Because this Friday, it's a match between Eric Roberts (playing the bad guy in "DOA: Dead or Alive") and Emma Roberts (title star of "Nancy Drew"). Also, there's some arty movie about people in spandex ("Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer," starring Ioan Gruffudd and Jessica Alba). What do the critics have to say about them? More...

September 25, 2006

Toronto Wrapup: Senh, Jen And Tim's Raves And Rants From The Festival Opens in new window

We saw some great movies, some of them big ("Babel") and some tiny ("The Patterns Trilogy"). We saw some interesting failures ("The Banquet") and some outright bombs ("All The King's Men"). We caught glimpses of big stars (Jude Law, Kate Winslet, Reese Witherspoon, and Sean Penn, among others) and important directors (Brian De Palma, Paul Verhoeven, Darren Aronofsky, and John Waters). (Check the photo gallery for more.) More...

September 13, 2006

TORONTO: Reviews of "Borat," "Paris, Je T'aime," And More Opens in new window

The Toronto International Film Festival has a lot of movies that are making their premieres, but some have screened at Sundance and Cannes. Read on for our RT reviews from the archives. More...

May 31, 2006

CANNES Blog Wrap-Up -- RT's Last Day and Best-Of Highlights Opens in new window

Even though it officially ended last week, we're still catching our breath from RT's visit to the French Riviera! Read on for Jen, Senh and Tim's last tango in Cannes -- plus our top-ranked movies, parties, and highlights of the trip -- or flip through our photo gallery for a visual tour of the Cannes Film Festival! More...

May 22, 2006

CANNES: Short Reviews of "Red Road," "Lights in the Dusk," "Summer Palace," "Princess" Opens in new window

Here are some short reviews of films screening at the Cannes film Festival: Early in "Red Road," Jackie (Kate Dickie), who works in surveillance for the police, notices the ghostly image of a man on her screen. We know instantly he means something to her, and we get the idea he's done bad things. More...

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