5/7/2008 10:37 AM ET
Manohla Dargis tries to make summer moviegoers feel guilty about the lack of women in films: "All you have to do is look at the movies themselves - at the decorative blondes and brunettes smiling ...
4/25/2008 1:45 PM ET
Chief movie critic A.O. Scott: "If you think the last seven years have been one long, dumb, dirty joke - or maybe if, sometimes, you just wish you could believe as much - then 'Harold & Kumar ...
4/18/2008 3:06 PM ET
Jeannette Catsoulis: "One of the sleaziest documentaries to arrive in a very long time, 'Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed' is a conspiracy-theory rant masquerading as investigative inquiry."
4/2/2008 11:33 AM ET
Thank goodness for that: "By the time [director Jules Dassin] wrote and directed "Never on Sunday," a comedy about a good-hearted prostitute, the anti-Communist witch hunt in the United States had ...
4/1/2008 2:17 PM ET
Manohla Dargis embraces left-wing alienation: "...they have made a powerful political argument, backed by evidence provided by the shaming indifference of the government, that to be poor and black ...
3/14/2008 1:00 AM ET
A new study shows less profanity in film leads to higher profits for movie studios.
2/29/2008 1:50 PM ET
Movie critic/climatologist Dargis on a new documentary with an environmental theme: "With the polar ice caps melting, I want more than poetry and blame. I want a plan."
2/14/2008 7:20 PM ET
Former Agricultural Secretary Glickman carries on fight from the Clinton administration about what we eat.
2/1/2008 2:00 AM ET
Only pro-abortion movies are honest about the lives of women, in the view of Washington Post movie reviewer Ann Hornaday.