Viet Nam War

Films about race and poverty in Paris, low-life exuberance in London and Werner Herzog re-tracing a friend’s quest

Also: damning memories from and since the Viet Nam war, an innovative dance choreographer in 3-D, the latest unhinged act by Nicolas Cage and a new but unseen version of The Turn of the Screw

The Monuments Men, The Lego Movie and celebrations of animated films, special effects, the outdoors and Jean-Luc Godard

Is The Lego Movie really better than George Clooney’s new one? Strange but true.

Shrek is back one last time; Michael Caine takes out the trash and Bollywood aims high with Kites

Shrek and Fiona’s marriage hits a rocky patch and some unique ogre challenges in their latest film. (Read more)

Vuong-Riddick Explores History in her New Book, The Evergreen Country: A Memoir of Vietnam

Vancouver's Thuong Vuong-Riddick was born in Hanoi, but educated in Montreal and France with a BA in Philosophy and Literature. She is the author of the book, "The Evergreen Country: A Memoir of...