Fall Preview 2008: Movies

Funny Girl? Yup. Rachel Weisz is irresistibly madcap in The Brothers Bloom. She also juggles chain saws. Presidential Hopeful

Fall Guys

The Bad Wife

The Season in Movies

Vulture’s Fall Recommend-o-Matic: Movies

The Man Behind the T-Shirt

Dossier: John Hillcoat

2008’s Real Stoner Classic

In Oliver Stone’s sure-to-be-controversial W., Josh Brolin finds both the comedy (pretzel choke!) and pathos in our soon-to-be-history president. What gives, Hollywood? Nearly all the big films featuring dude-on-dude action. A guide to the highlights of this season’s big screen bro-fest. Catherine Keener is a nightmare muse in highbrow neurotic Charlie Kaufman’s first film. Daniel Craig returns as James Bond, Knightley’s saucy duchess, and more. What kind of moviegoer are you? If you wear a certain revolutionary T-shirt to the premiere of Che, Benicio Del Toro, won’t make fun of you. What you should know about the Australian director turning Cormac McCarthy’s Pulitzer-winning, Oprah-approved novel, The Road, into a film. Disney’s Beverly Hills Chihuahua is the type of movie that can only be appreciated high.

Fall Preview 2008: Movies