Not every budding animation company wants to be the next Pixar.
From its opening logo (a variation on DreamWorks Animation's crescent moon, featuring a distinctly Chinese fisherman), "Kung Fu Panda" doesn't look like the studio's other toons. That's because…
"V for Vendetta's" "Director's Notebook" feature, suggests both the potential and limitations of Warner's "In Movie Experience" enhanced viewing option.
Where to find Belgian offerings at Cannes.
Dozens of pretty young ladies have disappeared while traveling through backwoods Montana, which does not bode well for a couple city girls planning a weekend off the beaten track in "Green River."
In "Prince Caspian," C.S. Lewis's four Pevensie children return to Narnia older and wiser, applying lessons learned during their first trip through the wardrobe.
Moviegoers who think today's blockbusters have gotten long-winded have it easy compared to the commitment expected by French silent movie maestro Abel Gance.
Speed freaks, rejoice. The Wachowski brothers may have had little kids in mind when translating the classic "Speed Racer" cartoon to the bigscreen, but they've given the show's grown-up fans…
A year before "Philadelphia" went the respectable route in asking mainstream audiences to consider the AIDS crisis, provoc-auteur Gregg Araki unveiled what remains the single most confrontational…
In "Jack and Jill vs. the World," Freddie Prinze Jr.'s straight-laced ad man Jack wears black and white even on dates, while unpredictable out-of-towner Jill (Taryn Manning) accessorizes in pink.
With few laughs and even fewer frights, French comedy-horror remake "The Red Inn" revives the blessedly obsolete tradition of broad melodrama, as a batch of outlandish characters descend upon a…