Will Ferrell’s new movie The Campaign is perfectly fine—but Richard Rushfield wishes the once inventive comedian would try harder.
After being on top for 50 years, Citizen Kane has been deposed—by Vertigo—as the greatest film of all time. Richard Rushfield blames Twitter and backlash culture.
Richard Rushfield asserts Christopher Nolan’s Batman series are the best comic-book movies ever made.
Seeing the genuinely funny Ted got Richard Rushfield thinking about the horrible drought in American comedy right now. He names seven culprits, from SNL to Internet dating.
Charging toward a Best Picture win, the French film cleaned up at the dressed-down Independent Spirit Awards.
Clooney has gone from a sure bet for Best Actor to losing to Jean Dujardin. Richard Rushfield explains.
Woody Allen’s career-high moneymaker has received multiple Oscar nominations, including for Best Picture. Richard Rushfield speaks for those who hate it.
Richard Rushfield’s Oscar Bait column looks at who stands a chance of beating Meryl Streep.
If the pious Oscar ceremony is how Hollywood wants to see itself, The Globes show how it really is, writes Richard Rushfield.
In Rampart, Woody Harrelson plays a corrupt, violent LAPD officer. He talked to Richard Rushfield about why he never wanted to play a cop and being a “friggin’ happy” person.