This one didn’t quite work out, did it? Still, now that 12 years have passed, we can look back now and sort-of laugh…
Young people flirt, fight and come of age in this ’90s period piece set in something called a “record store.”
Uma Thurman had her second bad Warner Bros. summer in a row following 1997’s Batman & Robin with another franchise-destroying mess.
It’s worth coming down from the mountain for this comedy inspired by The Ten Commandments, but only if you were on your way already.
The Coen Brothers deliver a big comedy about big dreams and big business in the big city. You know, for kids!
If you’re planning on taking a sick day sometime soon, here are a few flicks that might help set the mood for you…
Orlando Bloom goes home to ol’ Kentucky and finds love with Kirsten Dunst in Cameron Crowe’s valentine to small-town America.
If you’ve seen The Evil Dead, watch it again. If you’ve never seen The Evil Dead, join us.
John Cusack and friends go back to the ’80s in this surprisingly witty comedy where all you need to get a second chance at life is the ability to travel through time.
Anthony Hopkins plays Hannibal Lecter for the third time (though chronologically for the first time) in this not-bad thriller from director Brett Ratner (of all people).
You never thought you’d see them in roles like this, did you? Here we look at a few rather unexpected — and, for the most part, extremely successful — casting choices.
Pam Grier and Quentin Tarantino make for great partners in crime in QT’s super-cool adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s novel, Rum Punch.
Gene Hackman ends up hearing too much for his own good in Francis Ford Coppola’s top-notch portrait of paranoia.
Arnold Schwarzenegger rides a horse through a hotel and Jamie Lee Curtis does an unforgettable striptease in James Cameron’s romantic comedy disguised as an action movie.
Should we be worried about the Soviet nuclear sub headed straight for American waters? Alec Baldwin as Jack Ryan is on the case in this top-notch Tom Clancy thriller.