There is evidence of genius and a golden age in recent comedies
For 'Borat' audience, first come the gasps, then the laughs
Johansson sets otherwise dark 'Match' ablaze
Putting Martha on the stand: A good thing?
Seal of disapproval Navy: 'G.I. Jane' at sea on training, says a man who's been through it.
IT'S NO ACT Film: With talent and class, rising star Edward Norton fulfills his objective -- making it on his own.
Saying I love you in big lights Benefit: To honor his sick mom, actor Edward Norton brings Woody Allen's latest film to the Senator Theatre to raise money for treatment of brain tumors.
Fall Projections Movies: Grown-up films crowd the screen schedule - so many of them that some will leave town unnoticed; Fall Movie Preview
Diane Keaton steps back in front of camera Interview: After some turns at directing, actress returns in starring roles in two movies.
Study of literature hijacked, professor says Critique: Frank Lentricchia sees academic ideologues turning off a generation of readers by their doctrinaire interpretations.
Baltimore Glimpses: the Hollywood trail
The Hunt for Oscar Predictions: When he considers this year's Oscar nominees, our critic's head hurts. But here are his picks, anyway.
A funny thing happens to Allen in 'Aphrodite' It's Greek to him: Woody Allen takes on Greek tragedy in his latest film and plays it for laughs -- usually successfully.
HARD-BOILED HEAVEN Mayhem, money, grief and murder leave their mark on movie screens
Growing up Catholic and confused in 'Brothers McMullen'
Palminteri got tired of waiting, so he wrote the role that made him famous
'Forrest Gump' grabs Best Picture award and five others Oscar's Scence Stealers 67TH ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS
'Forrest Gump' has a chance to show that nice-guy film can finish first The Run For Oscar
Readers go for 'Gump'
'Rhapsody' is good imitation Allen
Director is quick to sing praises of 'Early Woody'
Success is a funny thing to co-author of 'Bullets'
He writes, he acts, he directs - and with wit and charm
'Don't Drink the Water' shows Woody Allen at the top of his form
Woody Allen tiptoes back into the limelight WALKING SMALL
" Bullets Over Broadway' is Allen's funniest movie in years
Esquire paints a portrait of Woody Allen as the wronged father
It's De Niro as Frankenstein, and, yes . . . Freddy's back FRIGHTS OF FANCY
At Telluride: a look at films, a time to play
Film festival aims high with 'Bullets'
Woody Allen drinks the water in land of TV movies
Placid Stephen Frears makes powerful films A Quiet brilliance
Movie couples' chemistry on screen and off doesn't guarantee sparks at box office
Mainstream humor magazine launched
Taking a couch trip through junctions of movies and the mind
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Increasingly, music vies for actor Moriarty's attention
Harry, Sally and the World Series on tap
Talented cast does well by funny 'I Hate Hamlet'
Some stars wish their film debuts could have been left on the cutting-room floor
'Venice/Venice': Baby, it's me, me, me
A Kinder, Gentler Action Hero Arnold the Barbarian- Predator-Terminator cuts back on the kill count
Allen's Sadness Always Underlay His Comedy
'How U Like Me' takes a loving look at urban blacks
Son castigates Woody Allen in letter Affair 'horrible,' 'ugly,' court hears
Of the year's best, 'One False Move' topped threesome at No. 1 with a quiver MEMORABLE MOMENTS
Cultural Shift Prime-time hits with Jewish stars are one of the latest TV trends
'Shadows and Fog': Clearly Woody Allen
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Classic Woody Allen paints a bitter portrait of marriage