Two lonely Angelenos miss the sense of touch so much they crash into each other in "What's Up, Scarlet?"
With his bar exam only days away, an overeager law intern agrees to drive his boss' niece cross-country in "Moving McAllister," the sort of meandering road-trip comedy in which the characters must…
"Shadow Company" is a lesson in how to get audiences who know little and care even less about the Iraq War to sit up and pay attention.
Fans of Eick's work on "Battlestar Galactica" are all too familiar with bionic women, as sophisticated lady cyborgs pose the greatest threat to humankind on his high-concept update of the popular…
After watching Katherine Heigl have all the fun in "Knocked Up," Kristen Wiig gives pregnancy a shot in "The Brothers Solomon," a forced split-the-baby comedy that proves unwise from its very…
Awards speculation is usually based on a murky combination of pedigree and conjecture. But the accuracy of some whispers will be put to the test at the Toronto fest, where dozens of the year's kudos…
From the beginning, Roger Ebert has been more champion than contrarian. When he loves a movie, he really loves it and will stop at nothing to spread the word.
It should come as no surprise that a Western attempt to tap into the Bollywood craze would require a white leading lady, but "Marigold" delivers an uneven yet charming approximation of the form…
Plans to hold 2006's World Pride celebration and march in Jerusalem are met with political and religious opposition in "Jerusalem Is Proud to Present."
An altar-bound Tori Spelling has good reason to suspect her fiance isn't the marrying type when his boyhood boyfriend crashes the wedding in "Kiss the Bride."
"Robot Chicken" joins the ranks this year (after earning a general animation Emmy in 2006) -- so yet again the Academy acknowledges a cutting-edge toon.