Over the past few years, an awful lot of awardworthy scripts have fallen into the doom-and-gloom category: "No Country for Old Men"; "There Will Be Blood"; "The Reader" -- the list went on and on…
This season's directing contenders -- those garnering critics' org attention and nominations buzz -- in one sense worked within two opposing categories of scope and ambition: Either they took us to a…
As the year's film grosses are toted up, you can take this to the bank: Very little of that coin will have come out of Hollywood pockets.
Tennessee Williams more or less got it right: Sometimes there's God -- or Paramount -- so quickly.
"Frosty" offers more coal than goodies for the audience's stocking.
A hallucinogenic climax sums up this ungainly amalgam of outrageous imagery and serious subtext.
Voting history proves that the Academy prefers comfort food over the spicy fare.
Kneehigh Theater of Cornwall pulls a potent feminist statement out of repressed romanticism.
The L.A. Opera delivers yet another supremely delicious bel-canto comedy.
The creative team falls back on tired character types and clashing cliches.
On Jan. 23, the Screen Actors Guild Awards will conclude its ceremony with the org's pick for the best film ensemble.