- "If you're working 40 hours a week, you should be able to have food on the table, a place over your head, a comfortable life. I'm not saying you should be able to go out and buy a Ferrari, but you should be able to provide the necessities of living to yourself and your family. And that's not the world we live in right now." Joe Rhodes speaks to Morgan Spurlock about the latter's new FX series, 30 Days.
- Tony Scott pontificates on the disaster that was the Spring movie season: "From where I sit, not bad is very bad indeed."
- An almost unreadable deconstruction of a car stunt from The Dukes of Hazzard.
- "Almost in spite of itself," writes Stephen Farber, Mr. and Mrs. Smith "remains a romantic comedy in the tradition that Hitchcock, Howard Hawks and Frank Capra perfected more than half a century ago." But can the two megastars at its center pull it off?
- Chris Terrio turned Amy Fox's one-act, three-character play into a sprawling, Merchant-Ivory ensemble piece starring Glenn Close. Sylviane Gold talks to writer and director and gets the hows and whys.