Casting aside rumors of editing-room tensions between himself and director James Gray, Harvey Weinstein spoke proudly and enthusiastically about Gray's lush 1920s period drama "The Immigrant" Tuesday…
Menopause may well be a universal condition, but the brand of narcissistic self-examination on display in Henry Jaglom's "The M Word" is distinctly Southern Californian.
Watching the redoubtable Elizabeth Banks try to breathe life into the stillborn farce "Walk of Shame" is like watching a team of paramedics perform CPR on the corpse of Ulysses S. Grant.
Literally, the title of Dan Wechsler's "More Than the Rainbow" describes a photo taken by the movie's principal subject, New York street photographer Matt Weber.
"Jerry Maguire Goes to India" or "Slumdog Fireballer" must have been the high-concept pitch for baseball drama "Million Dollar Arm."
U.S. audiences still waiting to catch Bong Joon-ho's sci-fier in theaters can own it now in a handsome Blu-ray edition.
The hunt for a mystery man of Chinese-American cuisine spreads out across the globe in "The Search for General Tso."
Recent B.O. history contradicts the widely held industry perception that American moviegoers are averse to foreign-language cinema.
If Sam Raimi and Jim Henson had dreamed up a movie together … well, it wouldn't have looked very much like "Zombeavers."
Straight out of Brooklyn comes Keith Miller's "Five Star," a low-key but powerfully affecting urban drama that tells a familiar story with unusual authenticity and dramatic force.