• R, 2 hr. 16 min.
  • Drama, Comedy
  • Directed By:
    Todd Field
    In Theaters:
    Oct 6, 2006 Wide
    On DVD:
    May 1, 2007
  • New Line Cinema

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July 23, 2007

Jackie Earle Haley, More Confirmed for Watchmen Cast Opens in new window

Expect to see a whole lot of "Watchmen" updates over the next several months. And here's one: Jackie Earle Haley, Matthew Goode, and Malin Akerman have signed deals to appear in Zack Snyder's Alan Moore adaptation. More...

June 18, 2007

Patrick Wilson (Pretty Much) Confirmed for "Watchmen" Opens in new window

He did great work in both "Hard Candy" and "Little Children," so now it might be time for Patrick Wilson's shot at the comic book material. More...

January 30, 2007

SAG Award Winners Revealed, Oscar Predicting Hits Full Steam Opens in new window

Known as a big predictor of what'll go down Oscar night, the Screen Actors Guild Awards ceremony took place last Sunday to a rapturous Hollywood crowd without a hitch (or surprises or upsets). Check out the full winners list below, along with analysis on how the SAG results affect the Oscar nominees' chances. More...

January 23, 2007

Oscar Nominations Announced: "Little Miss Sunshine," "Dreamgirls," "Borat" Deemed Worthy Opens in new window

The expected heavy hitters made the grade -- Scorsese, Whitaker, "Dreamgirls" -- but there were a handful of surprises...let's just say, if you thought you'd never read "the Oscar-nominated 'Borat'" in print, think again! The nominees for the 79th annual Academy Awards are in! More...

January 15, 2007

The Golden Globes Are Here, And They're Spectacular...Wins for Mirren, Whitaker, "Dreamgirls" and "Babel" Opens in new window

Sound the alarms! Tonight's telecast (8pm EST) of the 64th Annual Golden Globes Awards signaled the real start of Oscar mania, so check out our list of winners...and weigh in with your own two cents on who won, who should've won, and who definitely should not have worn what. RESULTS IN NOW!! More...

January 9, 2007

Online Film Critics Name Their Year-End Favorites Opens in new window

Hosted right here at the illustrious Rotten Tomatoes is the official website of the Online Film Critics Society, an international group of flick analyzers who put their heads together every December to come up with their favorite films, performances and components of the year. And as a proud member of the OFCS, I'm pretty happy with our picks this year ... even if (almost) none of my choices happened to win. More...

January 5, 2007

The Weekly Ketchup: "Indiana Jones" Is Back, "National Treasure 2" Gets A Name, "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" To TV, And More! Opens in new window

In this week's Ketchup, The much anticipated return of "Indiana Jones" is confirmed, and the "National Treasure" sequel gets a flashy title. More...

December 19, 2006

RTIndie: Suit-Seeking Bob Dylan Isn't the Only One Against "Factory Girl" Opens in new window

Much has been made lately of singer-songwriter Bob Dylan's demands to screen the Weinstein Co.'s upcoming Oscar hopeful, but it's only the latest in a growing trend of troubling rumors surrounding the Edie Sedgwick biopic. More...

December 14, 2006

"Babel," "Departed," And A Few Surprises Lead Golden Globes Nominations Opens in new window

"Babel"'s back in the game as this year's Golden Globes nominations were announced, including many expected Oscar pics -- and a few smaller surprises. More...

December 12, 2006

2006 NYFCO Awards Announced! Opens in new window

It's that time of year again: Right before the fancy awards are doled out, all the different critics' groups chime in with their favorite flicks of the year. Here we have the picks from the New York Film Critics Online (NYFCO) for your perusal. More...

November 8, 2006

RTIndie: An Art-House Catfight for the Oscars? Opens in new window

Helen Mirren's astoundingly successful biopic "The Queen" is getting some serious competition from Pedro Almodovar's latest, as "Volver" has emerged a frontrunner for the box-office returns (and Awards Season affections) of the artsy crowd. More...

October 9, 2006

Box Office Wrapup: Leo and Matt Face Off at #1 with The Departed Opens in new window

Martin Scorsese scored the best opening of his career, and his first number one film in fifteen years, with the star-studded gangster thriller "The Departed," which led the North American box office over the Columbus Day holiday weekend. More...

October 6, 2006

RTIndie: All Hail "The Queen" as Smaller Pics Deliver Opens in new window

It's a good week for the small picture. While Scorsese's "The Departed" is garnering critical acclaim as the best reviewed wide release of the year, it's in sparse company -- "Jackass: Number Two" was one of two wide releases in the past few weeks to even make the fresh margin. Thank goodness for Helen Mirren, Michael Apted, art-house sex and stop-motion mice! More...

October 5, 2006

Critical Consensus: "Departed" Is Best Reviewed Wide Release of 2006 Opens in new window

This week at the movies, we've got cops and robbers in Boston ("The Departed," starring Jack Nicholson, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Matt Damon), chainsaw massacres in Texas ("The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning," starring Jordana Brewster), and retail employees in New Mexico ("Employee of the Month," starring Jessica Simpson and Dane Cook). What do the critics have to say? 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 11, 2006

TORONTO: Short Reviews Of "Stranger than Fiction," "Little Children," and "The Host" Opens in new window

"Stranger than Fiction" is amusing but never quite soars; "Little Children" is a tense character study with fine performances; and "The Host" is a loony monster movie with unexpected depth. Here are short reviews of these films, which screened at the Toronto International Film Festival. More...

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