Proof that 'eco' and 'entertainment' aren't mutually exclusive.
An urban nightmare with a surfeit of soul, "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire" is like a diamond -- clear, bright, but oh so hard.
A rags-to-riches parable powered by football, delirious vulgarity and pure personality.
Ensnares a first-rate cast in a dramatic dragnet for a moral lesson about street-weary policemen.
With an encouraging yet desperate nod toward the two biggest movie-consuming populations on earth, Warners is releasing the Bollywood musical/martial-arts adventure "Chandni Chowk to China" -- a film…
"Hotel for Dogs" is a Chihuahua-sized concept served up in a doggy bag of contrivances and shtick.
"Notorious" is a rock-solid biopic with a foolproof rise-and-fall storyline.
Arcane statistics are generally the purview of baseball fans, but Roger Deakins is fast becoming the Oscar-watcher's equivalent of Hack Wilson (190 RBIs, Chicago Cubs, 1930).
Frederick Elmes has collaborated with such iconoclastic directors as David Lynch and Jim Jarmusch, but Charlie Kaufman and "Synecdoche, New York" presented particular challenges.
When it's suggested to director Baz Luhrmann that he's made another modest little movie, the director of "Australia" returns the tongue-in-cheekiness in kind: "Well, you know me," he says. "All…