Director Udayan Prasad transposes an urban myth, first published in 1971 by Pete Hamil, to post-Katrina Louisiana.
Hollywood addresses its favorite subject -- again -- in "The Deal," holding a funhouse mirror up to itself for 100 minutes of grating insiders-only fun.
In "Red," bad-seed teens torment a benign old man (Brian Cox) and shoot his beloved 14-year-old pooch, bringing serious bad karma.
If Madonna and Angelina Jolie can do it, why can't performance artist Vanessa Beecroft adopt an exotic Third World baby?
Christopher Bell's in-depth, yet intensely personal look at juice use among athletes attacks America's body-image obsession from the other side.
Nick Hornby would know what to do with a bachelor like Jack Frost -- after all, such emotionally stunted thirtysomethings come to their senses in "High Fidelity" and "About a Boy," two Hornby…
Donkey Kong is a lot like life -- just one of the reasons Seth Gordon's docu "The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters" strikes such a universal chord with audiences.
Nearly two decades after the fall of communism in Romania, a second revolution is under way. On the front lines, you'll find director Cristian Mungiu and a handful of his compatriots attracting…
Only in its second year, the Globes' toon category remains relatively unproven.
At first glance, the Golden Globes have only two best picture races, with the drama and comedy-musical categories getting most of the attention. But don't forget the foreign-language category, where…