It's not supposed to be like the real world, silly.
A comedy shot through with wittily sparkling repartee -- it's Irish, of course.
Do you sometimes get the feeling that a nice fellow like Paul Rudd is being typecast?
Anne Hathaway's Yorkshire accent has all of Britain up in arms.
The sad, deluded life of an eco-terrorist.
Documentary filmmaker Errol Morris proves no match for the former beauty queen Joyce McKinney.
A documentary that endorses every last ounce of the Times' self-importance.
Pretentiousness never had it so good.
This fictionalization of the murder of 300,000 in Nanking can only leave the viewer numb -- if not feeling superior.
For once, a meaty role for Will Ferrell.