Roy E. Disney has sailed the Transpac 16 times. In "Morning Light," he passes the baton, documenting a team of young mariners as they attempt to win the open-sea race.
When NY1 film critic Neil Rosen really hates a movie, he'll give it "one wormy apple" -- and that's exactly what the teachers at Geraldine Ferraro Elementary School deserve in "Lower Learning," where…
"The Secret Life of the American Teenager" is hardly the first teen-focused story to feature a pregnant high school student, although its gestation period could easily be the longest.
Rob Sorcher sees no reason for Cartoon Network to take its name too literally. After all, by ignoring the "movie" in AMC's moniker, the former programming head helped bring Emmy-winning series "Mad…
The hoopla surrounding the "High School Musical" phenomenon has focused on the hard-working onscreen performers, often overlooking the talents of the series' director, Kenny Ortega, in the process…
Both mom and dad were dead-set against letting Willa Holland pursue acting, but it's hard to argue when two legendary directors insist otherwise.
A filthy-rich fantasy for these cash-strapped times, "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" features the voices of Drew Barrymore and much of the industry's top Latino talent in a live-action talking-dog lark…
In the prolific helmer's sixth and most polished film, a change of scenery and strong roles for Alfre Woodard and Kathy Bates could reach beyond Perry's usual demographic.
China, Weijun Chen's pic examines the country's customs and culture from within the walls of a kitschy eating establishment.
A cheating husband, a backstabbing best friend and more estrogen than an Emily's List fundraiser may have struck B.O. gold for "The Women" back in 1939, but prospects for this pseudo-feisty remake…