The story of Nobel Prize-winning mathematician John Nash's struggle with schizophrenia, A Beautiful Mind won four Golden Globes, and is the subject of major Oscar buzz. Troy Jewell ponders whether the film deserves the hype.
One of America's finest writers deserves better than this. James Mann gives the DVD of a new Philip K. Dick documentary a look.
After seeing The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, Joe Frietze hates Peter Jackson.
Considered the first rock documentary, D.A. Pennebaker's new-to-DVD Don't Look Back follows Bob Dylan on selected dates from his 1965 British tour, his last all-acoustic tour. Hal Horowitz takes a look at the granddaddy of all rockumentaries.
French sex farces enter the Digital Age with Paul Renders' new film, Thomas In Love. Carl F. Gauze logs on for a "free trial."
Ex-"rock & porn" kingpin Matt Zane makes a stab at legitimacy with his new documentary, Contrasting Views of People Living Within an Artistic Lifestyle. Matthew Damascus fails to see the "Artistic" part.
Sex, drugs, and... oral hygiene? That's what happens when dentist Steve Martin falls for junkie Helena Bonham Carter in director David Atkins' new film, Novocaine. Carl F. Gauze might prefer a root canal...
Focus finds William H. Macy and Laura Dern mistaken for Jews in an anti-Semitic community in the 1940s. Carl F. Gauze wonders whether director Neil Slavin needs glasses.
Ink 19's resident wrestling aficionado extrordinaire, Matthew Moyer takes a look at Brawlin' Broadsand rates 'em both (the brawlin' and the broads, that is -- get your mind out of the gutter!).