Sam's Choices: 'Red 2' cast's best films
Sex, drugs, and an airplane in Almodovar's latest
Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton: At Bushy Bear, fundraiser features pig-kissing principal
'Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars' recap: Deja vu on the dance floor
Obama was sizzle, not steak, and now the sizzle is gone
Obama was always more sizzle than steak, and now the sizzle is gone
Movie Guide for TownMall in Carroll County, Jan. 29
Pedro Almodóvar's latest isn't as good as it looks
Anonymous, Dawn of the Dead, The Grapes of Wrath, In Time, The Matrix, Puss in Boots, The Rum Diary
Why no love for Woody Allen's 'You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger?'
The Eagle, Gnomeo and Juliet, Just Go With It, Justin Bieber Never Say Never, Shrek Forever After
More Britishness, another psychic, a few skillful bits
Long live the small art film, which arrives with little fanfare
Celebs as shills are going too far
Oh, that politico Ed Rollins - he's never at a loss for words
Ballroom dancing -- with a new twist
Salute to Almodovar
Tween favorite lands 'Hairspray'
Playing To Win Champ: For Rae Rossen, entering contests is almost as routine as breathing. Winning them is pretty routine, too.
New banjo, old twang Craftsman: George Wunderlich makes banjos the way Baltimorean William Boucher Jr. made them in the 1840s.
The Party Line Inaugural: Luminaries and lesser lights share the glow. 'You very rarely get to feel so American,' said one.
He hangs where the hip hang out Brady Anderson: The Orioles' outfielder has kept busy this off-season doing Hollywood-type things, including an acting gig.
'Evita' soundtrack is no showstopper Review: Madonna's acting in the film is said to be terrific, but her fans may be disappointed in the soundtrack.
Slick photographs make actors bigger than life
V-Chip To the Rescue
Budapest opens arms to Madonna Bloc party: This is not your drab, repressed Eastern European city. In a non-judgmental climate, sexy star will be able to let her hair down.
Spring's crop of films is mostly adult fare Of age: In the next few weeks movies with grown-up stars like John Malkovich, Robert Redford, Liam Neeson and Steve Martin dominate. Only one features a young friend from 'Friends.'
Country decor heads south Home: Country-casual design acquires a strong Hispanic accent.
'Four': Even one is too many Movie review: More directors doesn't make this film any merrier. To the contrary, this is a quadrilateral failure.
Tracking incest in modern fiction In Harper's: Writer Katie Roiphe draws examples from writers Jane Smiley, Russell Banks and others.
'Strangers' ending strikes one dumb
Stallone, Banderas play king of the hill
HARD-BOILED HEAVEN Mayhem, money, grief and murder leave their mark on movie screens
Until tomorrow night, tie one on with Cal
Action role doesn't dim Banderas' reputation as lover
Rodriguez uses more money to tell less of a story in 'Desperado'
The films of summer
Salute to Scotland, scares, remakes on spring film list
Year's film-festival season opens with Sundance
Anne Rice's novel is transformed into a murky and lifeless film
It's De Niro as Frankenstein, and, yes . . . Freddy's back FRIGHTS OF FANCY
'House of the Spirits': Its magic may not survive the screen's realism
Movies are getting less explicit: Is it a matter of repression or romance?
Malle movie to depict Marlene as mom and more
Hanks is great, but 'Philadelphia' suffers from its good intentions