8/17/2007 1:18 PM ET
Manohla Dargis on the actor-activist's apocalyptic documentary: "To judge from all the gas-guzzlers still fouling the air and the plastic bottles clogging the dumps, it appears that the news that ...
8/10/2007 1:59 PM ET
Political correctness reigns in the Times' movie review section.
7/30/2007 12:36 PM ET
Chief movie critic A.O. Scott gives a big thumbs-up to an anti-war documentary, recommending it to the White House: "One can only hope that one of these days they'll get around to watching it."
6/28/2007 1:07 PM ET
Education writer Joseph Berger ludicrously defends Vassar's censorship of conservative speech and criticizes an anti-PC movie: "Does the film offer a fair picture of campus life in 2007, or is it ...
6/22/2007 12:52 PM ET
A.O. Scott called Michael Moore "a credit to the Republic" after "Fahrenheit 9-11" and thinks "Sicko" is his "funniest," "most broadly appealing" film yet.
6/12/2007 12:27 PM ET
The Times gripes about a new hit comedy: "On Abortion, Hollywood Is No-Choice."
2/16/2007 2:00 AM ET
Walden Media has taken Hollywood by storm with its commitment to putting great literature on the big screen.
1/26/2007 2:00 AM ET
The 2007 Sundance festival has reached a new low with a strange, yet highly publicized film called Zoo.
1/19/2007 1:43 PM ET
Reporter Robin Finn mentions Ralph Nader's "devastating feud with the Democratic Party." But devastating for who?
11/15/2006 1:12 PM ET
Manohla Dargis: A new movie is "the most essential political film from an American director since Michael Moore's 'Fahrenheit 9/11.'"