Enormously entertaining chiller embellishes the candid, caught-on-video format to thrilling effect.
A Lewis Carroll classic gets retooled, the musical gets refueled, two moms make a right, seniors terminate villains with extreme giddiness and Jolie-Depp are on a droll.
Making his directorial debut, screenwriter Christopher Landon struggles so mightily to offend that he forgets to supply a rooting interest in his characters.
Michel Gondry's "The Green Hornet" reinvents the retro vigilante, delivering the goods for a punchy 3D breakout.
Judging by the end-of-year critics' polls, one of 2010's best films isn't a film at all but rather the 330-minute miniseries "Carlos."
A classic ready-made for the era of big-budget 3D pics gets the least classy treatment imaginable.
In 11 months, Sony will release Aardman Animation's next feature, "Arthur Christmas."
How do you know when the spark is gone? When your latest romantic comedy looks like TV, feels like greeting-card poetry and sounds like a self-help manual.
Oscar's youngest category turns 10 this year, which seems a good time to reflect on how much the animated feature field has changed in a decade's time.
Named after the oldest (and hippest) district of Taipei, Doze Niu's "Monga" represents both Taiwan's past and future.
DreamWorks Animation has set a March 2013 release date for "Me and My Shadow." The original 3D toon will seamlessly combine CG and traditional animation, marking a first for the company.