"Juno"-meets-"Napoleon" hybrid overtly cribs from Fox Searchlight's playbook
"Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" has drawn heavily on the U.S. military.
Pic unfolds not through a conventional series of scenes, but rather as a long, hypnotic montage, an intriguing artistic choice.
There will be plenty of the red stuff spilled in "Blood: The Last Vampire."
Irascible orange housecat Heathcliff will be getting a second life on the screen courtesy of a joint venture between family toon studio Magic Lantern Entertainment and rights holder FitzRoy Media.
Annecy auds will have a chance to see Alexander Shiryaev's early experiments in paper drawings and puppet animations.
If things go according to plan, Starz Animation could be generating its own features before long.
"Kung Fu Panda" sequels and "Shrek" spinoffs will be joined by original pics on DreamWorks Animation's sked as the toon studio ups its output to five features every two years.
It's no "Scary Movie," but the pic delivers just enough laughs to justify its existence.
A flagrantly schlocky horror yarn that will titillate the teens without alienating fanboys.
"Love N' Dancing" extends the cliches of the dance-and-romance genre to the world of West Coast Swing.