Founded three years ago, the Champs-Elysees Film Festival takes place in Paris in the middle of June, a period that would seem a less than ideal time to try and entice international film execs to…
Though it's correctly categorized as a teen romance, "The Fault in Our Stars" is above all a movie about cancer.
Balancing tension and payoff, unease and release, misdirection and revelation for the span of a 90-minute film is never easy for an editor. But keeping viewers' fingernails well-bitten over a…
For a man who sold well over 25 million records in his lifetime, won eight Grammy Awards and functioned as R&B's chairman of the board for the better part of two decades, Luther Vandross goes…
With longtime Interscope chieftain Jimmy Iovine set to join Apple as part of the computer giant's $3 billion acquisition of Beats Electronics, John Janick will take over the Interscope Geffen A&M…
Now almost midway through the year, 2014 seems unlikely to produce many more visually arresting, brilliantly designed, stoned-college-kid-friendly pieces of eye candy than Disney's "Maleficent." As…
Reuniting Sandler and Barrymore for the first time in a decade, and the pair with director Frank Coraci for the first time since "The Wedding Singer," "Blended" suffers from a fundamental lack of…
This horror musical has about 20 comically inspired minutes before devolving into increasingly moribund genre-spoofing territory.
The NAACP continues to deal with fallout from the racist comments attributed to Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, whom the Los Angeles chapter of the NAACP had planned to honor with a…
What would "It's a Wonderful Life" look like if Clarence the angel were replaced by the human personification of George Bailey's sentient penis?