"Rent This" will guide you through a year's worth of the best, wildest, weirdest movies you've never seen. Comedies, tragedies, macho action, chick flicks, kiddie films, adult films, horror... More > movies, sci-fi movies, art films, exploitation films, documentaries, cartoons, short films, epic films, western films, eastern films, masterpieces, films so bad they're good. Basically, every kind of movie you can think of — and some you might not think of.
There's a whole world of movies you're missing. "Rent This" is your travel guide to that world.< Less
What can you say about a period that saw the release of two Matrix films, three Lord of the Rings films, three Harry Potter films, one Star Wars film, one Star Trek film, and two Spider-Man films?... More > Well, you can call it five years of a geek's dreams come true (or nightmares, depending on the quality of the films). This collection of reviews spans from 2000 to 2004, taking on everything from The Passion of the Christ to Jesus Christ, Vampire Hunter, and of course a sizable number of geek favorites (or unfavorites, depending).< Less
Plenty of bad films get made these days, but plenty of good ones do, too. In his first collection, spanning from the early months of 1995 ("The Brady Bunch Movie") to the end of 1999... More > ("Magnolia," Woody Allen, and John Irving), online critic Rob Gonsalves covers over 300 films and shows you why it's still safe to love movies — even when sitting through "Batman Forever" or "2 Days in the Valley."< Less