John Powers John Powers is the pop culture and critic-at-large on NPR's Fresh Air with Terri Gross.
Killer Penmanship in 'Death Note'
Pushing Chinese Taboos in 'Lust, Caution'
A Second Serving of 'Forbidden Hollywood'
Reviewed: 'Where to and Back,' a Film Trilogy
Guilty Pleasures: 'Project Runway' on Bravo
Barbet Schroeder Takes On 'Terror's Advocate'
'The Graduate' Returns for 40-Year Reunion
From Earlier Wars, Flight Through Fiction's Lens
Rediscovering 'La Jetee' and 'Sans Soleil' on DVD
Spaghetti Westerns, Served Up on a DVD Platter
From Cannes, a Cinematic After-Action Report
Alan Furst Conjures a Vanished Europe
In 'Killer of Sheep,' an L.A. Portrait Like No Other
Apocalypse Soon: 'Children of Men' Out on DVD
'Amazing Grace' Tells the Story of British Abolition