Rosario Dawson

A new documentary about Kids serves as a stark cautionary tale

By Ed Gibbs

Twenty-five years on, the cast of Larry Clark’s controversial ’90s hit reflect on their experiences on and off set.

20 years on, Josie and the Pussycats sharpens its claws

By Annie Lyons

The cult classic forgoes subtlety and delivers its anti-consumerist message with on-the-nose camp.

Making sense of Disney’s deluge of new content announcements

By Charles Bramesco

A staggering number of upcoming projects were revealed this week, set to be rolled out over the next decade.

Unstoppable

By Laurence Boyce

Tony Scott maintains his high-octane style, but this has a more intimate feel than his other bombastic actioners.

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Sin City

By Matt Bochenski

Sin City is not so much an adaptation as the transliteration of a comic book classic to the big screen.

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