The Golden Globes: the problem isn't just Ricky Gervais
Bigelow, Hanks, Boal team on South American crime saga
What to do and where to go this season
Alice in Wonderland, Alpha and Omega, Apollo 13, Easy A, Cafeteria Man, The Concert, Devil, Leaves of Grass, The Town
PEOPLE & ENTERTAINMENT
Only sad demise for gay characters has led to Oscar
Inside Lipton's 'Studio'
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Winning the battle, losing the 'War'
Golden Globes remain toss-up
Easily enchanted by Adams' openness
Outdoor movies abound
Both scared and charmed by Baltimore
Hollywood banks on new crop of hot young male actors
For black films, going global isn't easy
Smith shows he's still fresh
SUN NEWS DIGEST
Despite similarities, Hanks falling short of Jimmy Stewart
'Da Vinci Code ' premieres at Cannes
Cannes festival is for the pros, not the fans
Bid to be great goes up in puff of, well, smoke
A good 'Catch' filled with twist and turns
Smaller 'Big' still not the movie Review: The musical has been retooled from the Broadway flop with some new songs and a different focus.
'ER' gets back to business
Fall Projections Movies: Grown-up films crowd the screen schedule - so many of them that some will leave town unnoticed; Fall Movie Preview
'Nova,' 'Second Noah' and Miss America Pageant
Colorful casting required for Clinton-esque 'Primary'
Lovell's mission is down-to-earth
Movies offer choice to those who aren't game for Games
Hanks made a splash early
Why the 1990s are a dangerous, laugh-free zone Irony: Without it, there can be only rigid certainty, which is the source of most great evils.
Clever cartoon creatures on cable brighten lineup
Bleachers are a fan's best friend Outside chances: Coming days early and camping out were stargazers' only hope of getting a seat.
Hanks makes a 'Splash' in unusually strong lineup
Computer and imagination bring toys to life Mouse that roared: Computer graphics turn childhood play into a full-length computer-animated movie, "Toy Story."
'Toy Story' looks funny, feels great Movie review: Computer wizardry is the least of this delightful movie's pleasures.
Time and again, 'Then' eclipses 'Now' Why does Demi Moore keep interrupting an absolutely delightful tale of four young girls growing up?
Games, cheers and autographs keep on coming THE RIPKEN YEARS: 1995 Streak honored in every respect
The Hero We Would Want To Be JOHN WAYNE
Remaking history with Gump sequel
Real Baltimore welcome greets 'Homicide' crew
The real Lovell likes 'Apollo 13' but swears there was no cursing
The best special effects in 'Apollo 13' are the ones you don't know are there
'Apollo 13' celebrates the nerds' finest hours
Why We Like Gump