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Blu-ray Review: Her

A work of haunting humanity about a man trying to connect with someone in the world … and finding it in his new phone’s artificial intelligence. »»

SXSW '11: Spotlight on Shorts - Texas High School Shorts and SXGlobal Shorts

SXSW shorts line-ups to include mini-movies from up-and-coming talent and directors from around the world. »»

Details on new Spike Jonze, Charlie Kaufman Project

The collaborators behind Being John Malkovich and Adaptation to do political satire next. »»

What Could Have Been: Ang Lee's Hulk Robot

Ang Lee's 2003 version of Hulk could have had a hero suitable for leading SkyNet's robotic uprising. »»

Where the Wild Things Are - DVD Review

Spike Jonze has captured a part of childhood that most grown-ups don’t remember, or don’t want to remember. »»

Full Conference Lineup Announced for SXSW

Panelists include Quentin Tarantino, Eli Roth, Michel Gondry, and Danny McBride! »»

Disc News: Where the Wild Things Are

We've updated the disc news of Spike Jonze's Where the Wild Things Are to include high-res artwork of the DVD and Blu-ray Disc releases. »»

Jenny's Best of 2009

10. Drag Me to Hell – Sam Raimi Drag Me to Hell is everything that a Sam Raimi fan could want, save an appearance by Bruce Campbell of course. But that small oversight is more than made up for with several silly gags such as a haunted hankie, a t »»

Where the Wild Things Are - Review

The latest from Spike Jonze is a family film that will divide audiences. »»

Must See: Where the Wild Things Are featurette

At the San Diego Comic-Con, Warner Bros. showed the audience for the Where the Wild Things Are panel an exclusive featurette. Now it has hit the Web. »»

Where the Wild Things Are trailer

Where are the really good live-action kid movies, huh? Pixar's got the market cornered for animation, but good kids movies, in general, are spotty. Maybe I'm just reflecting on my days of being a kid in the '80s - movies like The Goonies and The NeverEnding Story spoiled me. For this first look of Spike Jonze's Where the Wild Things Are, we get to an almost dialogue-free teaser, but the visuals are simply amazing. Wily Wonka would call it "pure imagination." I see a movie that looks to appeal to kids and adults all the same. »»

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