Dylan Kidd's likable first film stars Campbell Scott as a thirtysomething who thinks he can teach his teenage nephew a thing or two about being a ladies' man.
One of history's great crimes again facilely used to elicit the expected emotional response from movie viewers.
Julie Taymoreâ€™s film is disappointingly like other biopics featuring artistic celebrities in using their art as an excuse for exploring their sex lives.
Bob Crane, from 'Hogan's Heroes' to tragic hero? Only to someone stuck in the sixties.
Call it 'The Rules of the College Game,' where love is elusive as enlightenment and sex, booze and drugs fuel the adolescent profundity.
Madonna gives new meaning to the fundamental Marxist-Leninist query, kto kovo?
For a movie starring so many great French actresses, this is an astonishingly anti-feminist film.
Mick Jagger hard at work on the Satisfaction urge.
American cinematic fakery at its most postmodern and gadgety.
Yes, a film in which Democrats are the bad guys (sort of) -- though that's not enough to save it.