Joe Dirt

The impending Writers Guild strike has many in Hollywood quaking in their boots. They needn't worry. If Joe Dirt is any indication, the script has become a completely superfluous element of film production. While the movie does boast writing  ...

Julien Donkey-Boy

The 1997 release of Gummo, Harmony Korine's directorial debut, met with the sort of warm reception usually reserved for war atrocities and three-hour Kevin Costner epics. Janet Maslin of the New York Times famously declared it the worst movie  ...

The Last Detail

Click the poster to buy at MovieGoods.com Of the two collaborations between Jack Nicholson and Robert Towne in the early 70's, Chinatown is the more celebrated, and rightly so. Under the directorial hand of Roman Polanski,  ...

Loser

Even in the midst of the teen movie overload that has threatened to turn the local multiplex into high school with popcorn, there was reason to hold out hope for Loser. After all, writer/director Amy Heckerling has successfully mined  ...

Malena

Sleeveless, scoop neckline shell in satin fabric with back invisible zipper - rust, gold or olive A coming-of-age story from the director of Cinema Paradiso, Malena is set in a Sicilian seaside village  ...

Groove

Watching Groove is like being at a party where you don't know anyone, don't really meet anyone interesting, and don't have access to any good drugs (unless you happen to be watching the movie while on drugs, a policy  ...

Go

Blue Lotus of the Nile Nymphaea caerulea, also known as Blue Lily Organically grown and processed Pure dried flowers and nothing else Makes a great smoke. Shamanshop.net Director Doug  ...

Frenzy

By the time Frenzy was released in 1972, Alfred Hitchcock was in something of a slump. While Marnie had its admirers, most found it a slipshod exercise in psychobabble. Topaz and Torn Curtain were both drab, anemic espionage thrillers,  ...

Bringing Out the Dead

Bringing Out the Dead (1999) Buy it at Art.com "Someday a real rain will come and wash all the scum off  ...

Cecil B. Demented

Whether you call it guerrilla filmmaking, outlaw cinema or the underground movie scene, there is no doubt that John Waters is one of the heroes of the pioneering movement that led to the current independent film boom. Displaying an  ...