Film critic David Edelstein reviews the new Pixar animated film The Incredibles. Voiced by Craig T. Nelson and Holly Hunter, among others, the comic film tracks a family of superheroes who must abandon a quiet life in the suburbs to fight evil.
Film critic David Edelstein reviews the new Matt Damon movie The Bourne Supremacy. It's a sequel to the 2002 hit The Bourne Identity, shot in a fast-paced style that heightens the tension of the storyline.
Actor John Malkovich is making his directorial debut with the new film The Dancer Upstairs. Malkovich has been nominated twice for an Academy Award for his work in the films In the Line of Fire and Places in the Heart. His other films include Heart of Darkness, Being John Malkovich, Shadow of the Vampire, Woody Allen's Shadows and Fog and Steven Spielberg's Empire of the Sun. Malkovich is also a founding member of Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre Company.
Actor Bill Paxton makes his directing debut with the new psychological thriller Frailty. He also co-stars in the film, along with Matthew McConaughey and Powers Boothe. Paxton previously starred in Twister, A Simple Plan, One False Move and Apollo 13.
Film director Andrew Davis. His films include The Fugitive, and Under Seige. His latest film Collateral Damage starring Arnold Schwarzenegger was about to go into distribution but was pulled after the attacks on the World Trade Centers and the Pentagon.
His new movie, With a Friend Like Harry, has been compared to the thrillers of Hitchcock. Its about an accidental meeting of two old friends and the subsequent unsettling turn of events. The French film thrilled audiences at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival, and won 4 Cesars awards (the French equivalent of the Oscars). This is the second feature for the 38 year old German born filmmaker; his first was the 1993 Intimacy, a flop at the box office.