See our fourth finalist staffer in the update near the end of this post. Three Four OC Weekly staffers are finalists for awards in the Los Angeles Press Club's 52nd annual Southern California Journalism Awards, including nominees for journalist and designer of the year.As previously announced, R. ... More >>
We Recommend:Arctic Tale, Becoming Jane, Bourne Ultimatum and No End in Sight
We recommend: Eagle Vs. Shark, Ratatouille, Sicko, Strike
[Part one of an ongoing series of reports from the Los Angeles Film Festival] Parking spaces in Westwood are like special offers in spam emails -- if you think you’ve got a good one, it’s almost certainly too good to be true. So naturally, the super-sweet street space I pulled into at around 5: ... More >>
We recommend: Hollywood Dreams
As usual with the OC Weekly, this article sucks donkey dick. Keep up the great investigative reporting and fighting against liberty and security
Lonely Hearts; Pathfinder; Perfect Stranger; Slow Burn
Indie/art-house films return to South Coast, but under a new chain
Color Me Kubrick; The Hills Have Eyes II; Into Great Silence; Journey From the Fall; Pride; TMNT; What Love Is
Hannibal Rising; The Last Sin Eater; Norbit; Puccini for Beginners; Traffic Signal
Becket; Constellation; Hurricane on the Bayou; The Messengers
Legend, yes. But Clint Eastwoods not done yet
Keep It Up. You Rock. Dont Ever Change. All That Crap.
Movie of the Week: Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Web Exclusive! Robert Altman, R.I.P.
Movie of the Week: The Big Clock
Why Jackass is good for you
Another Gay Movie; Cease Fire; Conversations With Other Women; The House of Sand; Pulse; Step Up; Zoom
Filmmaker Kevin Smith was on "Opie & Anthony" yesterday and, in a bit of inspired radio, they got ABC's Good Morning, America film reviewer Joel Siegel on the horn about Siegel having not only walked out of a press previewer screening of Clerks II but apparently making an ass out of himself doin ... More >>
An open letter to Kevin Smith
Fear and loathing at the Magic Kingdom
'Do any of you have children? Teenagers?'
Hosting the U.S. premiere of Crash turned out to be a coup for the 2005 Newport Beach Film Festival, whose organizers noticed a marked increase in interest from Hollywood for this year's April 20-30 run. Last year, director Paul Haggis led a small Crash contingent (sadly missing promised attendee ac ... More >>
Rian Johnsons juvie noir
'Nowhere did I find a reference to Jesus killing anybody.'
Despite her industry pedigree, Opies daughter charts her own course
"Dogs Dont Lie . . . People Do."
Bluffmaster, Wolf Creek, Cheaper by the Dozen 2, Fun With Dick and Jane, Mrs. Henderson Presents, The Ringer, Rumor Has It, The White Countess
George Clooney tips his hat to Edward R. Murrow
A steaming pile of maudlin tripe.
And Weekly writer vs. Weekly writer