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.
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Catherine Hardwicke's "Twilight" experienced the biggest opening weekend of any film by a female director ($69 million).
A pageant of piquant politics, social and economic allegories, Christmas, gluttony and orphans.
A hilarious and harrowing exercise in marriage prevention.
A scattershot examination of forced labor, coerced prostitution and modern slavery.
An elegiac drama about youthful ideals, spent political passion and the Prima Linea.
Has the same problem as some of its characters -- namely, an excess of unwarranted attitude.
"Presumed Guilty" is a compelling tale of corruption and sloth.
"The Sunshine Boy" is, for many minutes, a primer on autism.