As if upping the ante on how far he can challenge his audience and delve into taboo-laden territory, Pedro Almodovar delivers his most serious, sobering work to date with "Bad Education."
Much of the appeal of Walter Salles' paean to the pre-revolutionary Che Guevera and his Falstaffian sidekick Alberto Granado has to do with the appeal of its two leads: Gael Garcia Bernal and Rodrigo…
Despite a high-concept, upbeat-sounding title, "Million Dollar Baby" is not a turn toward lighter fare for Clint Eastwood after last year's murder drama "Mystic River," at least according to early…
The proposition is a tricky one: playing a 1930s stage diva whom the audience can never be quite sure is acting or acting out. To be sure, Julia Lambert -- essayed by Annette Bening in the grand…
Before Ernesto "Che" Guevara became the smoldering poster boy for power to the people, he was an idealistic young med student.
The only other film this year that has elicited such wildly divergent reactions as "The Passion of the Christ" is "Fahrenheit 9/11." Like Michael Moore's film, "Passion's" supporters and detractors…
Described by Variety as an "almost unbearably poignant tour de force about a quadriplegic's desire to die with dignity," "The Sea Inside" compensates for its grim subject matter with an artistry…
The announcement of a new Terrence Malick picture elicits the same kind of excited anticipation among cineastes that Stanley Kubrick's films did before his death in 1999. Malick, whose reclusiveness…
The American Society of Cinematographers has tapped Oscar winner Fred Koenekamp to receive its lifetime achievement award.
Given the fusillade of attacks on his character since his film "Fahrenheit 9/11" won the Palme d'Or at Cannes in May, you'd think Michael Moore would have lost his sense of humor by now -- or curled…