movie reviews

Ron Wood Empties His Pockets on the Rolling Stones' Latest Tour

December 29, 3:10 PM ET

The guitarist dishes on good luck charms, having his own private pub, and getting punched by Keith Richards | More »

Bad Religion's Greg Graffin on L.A. Hardcore and Why Geologists are the Real Rock Stars

December 29, 2:10 PM ET

After signing their first major-label deal last year, Bad Religion is determined to stick to their roots | More »

The Best and Worst Movies of 1994

December 29, 12:55 PM ET

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December 15, 1994

Green Day: Price Busters

December 15, 1:25 PM ET

The band lowers ticket prices and one-ups Pearl Jam | More »

Bob Dylan Persists, Triumphs at Roseland Ballroom

December 15, 12:00 PM ET

The singer's New York show October 20 showcased, at once, both age and timelessness | More »

December 1, 1994

Tom Clancy: Master of War

December 1, 12:00 AM ET

In 1994, Rich Cohen visited the 'Patriot Games' author to learn why, despite his successes, he kept making new enemies | More »

November 17, 1994

Billie Joe Armstrong: 'I'm Still Trying to Figure Out If What I Do Is for Real'

November 17, 4:55 PM ET

The Green Day frontman is about to be a father, but he's a long way from having it all figured out | More »

Generation Next: Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers

November 17, 12:30 PM ET

The bassist talks being a dad, hippies, and the death of rock & roll | More »

Generation Next: The Lemonheads' Evan Dando

November 17, 10:35 AM ET

The singer and guitarist on girls, vinyl, and Poison | More »

Moby, Dance Music Traitor

November 17, 12:10 AM ET

The DJ, devout Christian, and vegetarian is disappointed in today's rave scene | More »

November 3, 1994

Quentin Tarantino: The Madman of Movie Mayhem

November 3, 5:35 PM ET

The director of 'Pulp Fiction' and 'Reservoir Dogs' guns the engine on screen violence and twisted wit | More »

Tour De Force: The Rolling Stones Rake it In and Rock the House

November 3, 12:35 PM ET

With the Voodoo Lounge the highest-grossing tour ever, the Stones' age has turned from absurdity to triumph | More »