Premise of mockumentary seems like a stretch and a half in the direction of manufactured weirdness.
Like a bunch of eager sixth-grade civics students, filmmakers lately have been mirroring current events as if the multiplex were show-and-tell: War. Immigration. Economics.
A little "Airplane!," a little "Scream," a little "Scary Movie" and less than a good time.
The label "family film" doesn't quite stick to "The Stepfather."
This dire warning about the state of corporatized agriculture will have to overcome an unfortunate title.
David Dhawan's big-budget sitcom is a major, slumdogging step in the right direction.
Moody, poetic and a cinch to draw moody, poetic people to the arthouse.
For Nancy Utley, salesmanship is about selling people movies they think they actively dislike: films without stars.
It's been pretty magical," Anne Hathaway says of a year that began with an Oscar nomination for "Rachel Getting Married," leading to a seemingly impromptu duet with that ceremony's host, Hugh…
Jane Campion has been turning her talents to wildly eclectic subjects since "Sweetie" played the 1989 Cannes Film Festival.
Catherine Hardwicke's "Twilight" experienced the biggest opening weekend of any film by a female director ($69 million).