They've been making films about the Son of God for over a century. Here's one man's list of those that ascend to the top of the cinematic pack.
by Peter T. Chattaway | posted 04/11/06
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe is far and away the No. 1 choice in our second annual Readers' Choice Awards.
They walk, they talk, they work on moisture farms, they hunt Sarah Connor. And sometimes they're eerily human-like. Our critic (and robot nerd) compiles his list of favorites.
by Todd Hertz | posted 03/08/2005
In celebration of Black History Month, we present these African-American classics.
by Christine & Michael Swanson | posted 02/08/2005
One of our critics, also a theater director, picks the best of the Bard.
by Ron Reed | posted 11/09/2004
From stories of grace and beauty to those depicting the horrors and heartbreak of war and death, here's one critic's list of European movies worth watching.
by Agnieszka Tennant | posted 08/24/04
From hilarious comedies to poignant—even heartbreaking—stories about culture and society, here's one critic's list of Asian movies worth watching.
by Stefan Ulstein | posted 08/31/04
In a time when so many images from this part of the world remind us of war, two of our critics list ten outstanding films from the area that give us a better understanding of its people.
by Agnieszka Tennant & Stefan Ulstein | posted 09/07/04
Previous articles in this series looked at the best films from Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Here's the best of the ...1