Bob Mondello Bob Mondello reviews movies and covers the arts for NPR and shares critiques and commentaries on NPR's award-winning newsmagazine All Things Considered.
'Brick' Takes a Clever Look at Suburban Adolescence
'Lonesome Jim,' Buscemi's Loveable Loser
'V for Vendetta' or 'W for Wachowskis'?
Hollywood Honors Shakespeare with Recycled Plots
'Joyeux Noel' Celebrates Brief Holiday Truce in WWI
'Tsotsi,' a 'Gangster' Flick with a Heart
'Unknown White Male' Shows the Making of Memory
Not Coming to a Theater Near You: Satire Trailers
Jones' 'Three Burials' Fulfills Its Promise
Tricky Comedy from 'Tristram Shandy'
Classic Black Films Stand as History, Art
Bob Mondello's Top Films for 2005