Edgar Allan Crow corrects the record Oysterback tales
John Sayles' 'Star' not lone draw as Cannes Film Festival opens
A Lost Cause Review: Despite a strong performance by Sharon Stone, 'Last Dance' is found guilty of failing to make its case.
Daddy's little girl on NBC, plus a truly special delivery
Roseanne vs. college humor
Magazines sell big when they put their best faces forward Beauty pageant: With the likes of Oprah, Whitney Houston and Cindy Crawford, periodicals catch the eye, then reel in the reader.
Bleachers are a fan's best friend Outside chances: Coming days early and camping out were stargazers' only hope of getting a seat.
MR. STYER GOES TO HOLLYWOOD Can a mild-mannered state bureaucrat lure an Eastwood thriller to Maryland?
The Hunt for Oscar Predictions: When he considers this year's Oscar nominees, our critic's head hurts. But here are his picks, anyway.
Thriller merely simmers Movie review: 'Diabolique' delivers a lot of mood and atmosphere, but comes up short in the scary department.
Are women less evil than men?
GOP debate among the options
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.'
A fantastic flick
Illegitimacy reflects moral erosion
What they're publishing about fashion Checklist: From boxers, to what Hollywood legends wore, to hair, an array of recent books offers fun and facts about style.
The camera loves Beaufort Film-friendly: The stately South Carolina town has been the setting for many movies, and it's just the ticket for tourists, too.
Planting stars on the street in Hollywood
Tonight's 'Homicide' comes from a Poe tale
Deal Me In Movie review: Director Martin Scorsese has a winning hand in the Milton-esque 'Casino,' an intense, fatalistic, fantastic film.
HARD-BOILED HEAVEN Mayhem, money, grief and murder leave their mark on movie screens
Disney's ABC deal is a grand bit of home improvement
'BRIDGES': THE GUY'S VERSION
Where there's smoke, there's a film
In Washington, Sharon Stone meets the press and becomes part of the show
Sharon Stone gets film deal
Cannes in '90s: The stars now stay hidden
Some comedy reliables, and a night at the movies
Two documentaries review Holocaust
Film Forum sails out of the mainstream to explore the indies
Harbor Court concierge tends celebrities' whims Be Her Guest
When Sally met Joanie, and other Oscars foolishness
This art doesn't imitate life
Halle Berry, looking good Despite being too dark, too light or too beautiful
'Rhapsody' is good imitation Allen
High school girls get serious about playing dress-up Prom Dreams
Here's where Hollywood is going: on-line
Esquire's profile of Sharon Stone shows an actress playing her part
Movie's big fish turn out at aquarium
Sharon Stone, gunslinger 'Quick and the Dead' turns the actress into Clint Eastwood
Sharon Stone calls the shots in her career
A bore of a year?
Two cable movies top tonight's lineup
Woody StrodeAthlete turned actorWoody Strode, football player...
Films worthy of the title 'best' in short supply MOVIES
PRODUCER GETS THE SPOTLIGHT
Two holiday specials are worthwhile
Insiders and observers stunned as Disney turns into a big spender