How the writer of Men in Black and Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure penned and directed the year’s surprise Indie hit
Behind-the-scenes techno babble too frivolous to remember. Plus …11 reasons why you really love the Matrix films.
‘Return of the King’ reigns supreme
Peter Hedges takes a swing at directing and delivers a moving spectacle with ‘Pieces of April’
Gus Van Sant’s ponders school violence and heads the top of his class with ‘Elephant’
Why Will Ferrell is subdued, existential and elfish
Last year, she nearly nabbed an Oscar for ‘Unfaithful’ but these days Diane Lane is all about faith
‘The Magdalene Sisters’ airs the dirty laundry of the Catholic Church
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Considered to be “100 percent Westside” and one of Steamer Lane’s royalty, SkinDog is a mighty force on the water.
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The famous Polish Brothers take a road trip, rattle Santa Cruz and chat up their mind-bending indie flick Northfork. But they’re not...
Todd Graff pumps ‘Camp’ with passion, wit and charm. So, why is he biting his nails? (Did we mention it’s his directorial...
Capturing the Friedmans, this year’s Memento, nabbed the Grand Jury Prize Award at the Sundance Film Festival months ago and sent the...
Angels soar, but did the devil steal the plot?
Lou Ferrigno, come out, come out wherever you are!
‘Chicago’ director Rob Marshall opens up about his big screen razzle-dazzler
Brody strikes a chord in the lead role in Roman Polanski’s haunting Holocaust film, ‘The Pianist’
Hollywood’s popular supporting player, Dermot Mulroney, dusts off the Julia mystique and rubs elbows with Jack in ‘About Schmidt’
The artisans behind ‘Raising Victor Vargas’ and ‘Better Luck Tomorrow’ boldly explore different facets of teenage life
From Watsonville to Hollywood, the tale of Maurice Chauvet is filled with gutsy moves and even bigger gambles