Bob Mondello Bob Mondello reviews movies and covers the arts for NPR News, seeing at least 250 films and 100 plays annually, and shares critiques and commentaries on NPR's award-winning newsmagazine
All Things Considered.
'Hurt Locker': An Explosive Look At The Iraq War
Vacation Too Pricey? Try A Theater-Aisle Seat
In 'Moon,' Glimpses Of A Lonely Soul's Dark Night
'Hangover' Is Stupid, Profane And Genuinely Funny
An Inspired Artist, Found In An Unlikely Place
From Japan, Elegant (And Eloquent) 'Departures'
Summer Movies: The Sweet, The Light And The Loud
'Virtue,' Old And New: At Least The Silent's Golden
'Salvation': The End Of The World, All Over Again
Cardinals, Conspiracies And A Crock Or Two
'Star Trek': That Final Frontier, Boldly Reapproached
Game Not Taken Too Seriously In 'Rudo Y Cursi'
'Wolverine': Look Out, It's The Beastly Boys
'Earth,' A Documentary As Big As All Outdoors
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