Heartbreak is a state of mind — one that can be removed — in Michel Gondry’s excellent surrealist drama starring Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet.
Bruce Willis and Sarah Jessica Parker are police officers who team up to find a serial killer…and make some waves. Hop aboard.
This cheapo action flick was supposed to make Pamela Anderson a bona fide movie star. It didn’t quite work out.
Real-world violence and would-be superhero heroics don’t always mix in director Matthew Vaughn’s uneasy adaptation of the super-hip comic book series.
No one can turn love into a battlefield quite like Hollywood. Here are a few films where marriage isn’t so much a contract of mutual compassion but a source of heavy (and we do mean heavy) conflict.
This bizarre and gory tale of demonic possession is the most ghoulishly creative entry in the Friday the 13th series, at least until our hero blasted off into outer space in Jason X.
Bruce Willis has two guns — one for each side as he walks the line between a couple of Prohibition-era gangs in Walter Hill’s mobster take on Yojimbo.
David Cronenberg wants you to play. Or does he? Connect your game pod to your bio-port and find out the truth. Play it. Live it Kill for it.
Test your might. Excellent.
Sherlock Holmes and John Watson make like Indiana Jones in this rollicking romp from Barry Levinson and Steven Spielberg.