It's Craig, Daniel Craig
6 1/2 reasons you're not too old for Facebook
Cinema as art
Last chance for First Thursday
A 'Shining' thriller at the Charles
Seeing Rome on a budget
Dip into films' beautiful disasters
Oscar-winning director kept in step with the times
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Farewell to Arthur C. Clarke
Science fiction writer, visionary
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A 'balanced' and 'damning' treatment of America's Faustian ex-Nazi rocketeer
He's always a treat as the villain
Debaters throw few barbs
Taking a cultural odyssey with Homer
'Star Wars' finds expanded universe with today's kids Commentary
Free party for 30 years of 'Star Wars'
Stanley Kubrick maintained his independence
African series returns to the BMA
A NEW STONE AGE
Md. Film Festival offers usual mix of eclectic fare
Radio suits up, will broadcast from space
The mighty 'Spartacus' is TNT's holiday gift
Film studies aim for respect Careers: Film majors might not find Hollywood in their sights. But the production skills they learn belong in Maryland, where movie making is a growth industry.
THE KING OF SCARES SCORES HIGH; PREVIEW: THE MINISERIES 'STEPHEN KING'S THE SHINING' MEASURES UP SURPRISINGLY WELL AGAINST THE MOVIE.
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'BLINK, GRANDMA, BLINK'
'Blink, Grandma, blink'
Kubrick biography - psychedelic wow!
Freud slips into story on cover of Harvard Psychotherapy: It's art, not science, and Sigmund knew it, too, the article claims.
The heroin Life Review: Funny, repulsive 'Trainspotting' dares to show the pleasure that addicts get from their drugs.
Reruns, reruns everywhere
Hot Air Review: Devoid of plot and brains, disaster film 'Twister' spins out of control.
A Thriller With Brains Movie review: With terrific acting go, Kurt Russell! plots and subplots and things going wrong, 'Executive Decision' will have you on the edge of your seat.
'Hellraiser' sequel: The horror of it all Movie review: Clive Barker's latest demon film is pure torture of the weirdest, goriest variety. Run. Save yourself.
A Place in the Sun Tanning salons: The pale winter sky sends thousands into a coffin-shaped box for a midsummer glow, even though their dermatologists advise against it.
Fond memories and empowerment evoked by the color purple
Eclectic excellence at Telluride
Jeremy Irons could star in 'Lolita'
By all signs, markers remain a mystery
The word on the street turns cryptic
If we believe this stuff is art, we're all named 'Forrest Gump'
* Timothy Carey, 65, a heavy-eyed character...
Slick films grow from seedy novels Pulp Fiction Gets Reel
In 'RoboCop 3,' this man of steel has lost his edge
On Telluride's trendy turf, movie buffs think they've died and gone to heaven
New film, same roots: John Singleton draws life from the 'hood once more