Though "Kinsey" takes place primarily during the first half of the 20th century, its star, Liam Neeson, isn't surprised its subject matter is still divisive.
During and after WWI, a young French woman, Mathilde (Audrey Tautou), scours the country for information about her missing fiance, who was among a group of wounded soldiers abandoned by their own…
Only Morgan Freeman could turn a conversation about socks into riveting cinema.
While most actors never get the chance to portray a political icon, Gael Garcia Bernal has played Latin America revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara twice.
In a world where superheroes have been forced into hiding by lawsuits and a culture of mediocrity, middle-age Bob Parr, aka Mr. Incredible, tries moonlighting as a hero again, only to fall into a…
Clint Eastwood's boxing pic "Million Dollar Baby" has been named best film of 2004 by the Dallas-Forth Worth Critics Assn. in the org's 11th annual poll.
The producers of "Alias" have again essentially blown up the show and started over, shuffling their attractive deck of cards by returning the spy drama to its first-year roots. Jennifer Garner always…
"The Aviator," Miramax's Martin Scorsese-directed biopic of Howard Hughes, flew away with seven nods from the Las Vegas Film Critics Society, including picture and director.
In April 1994, while the country around him bled and burned, Paul Rusesabagina shielded himself, his family and some 1,200 refugees at his place of employment, the Hotel des Mille Collines in Kigali…
These are heady days at Fox Searchlight. With the awards season in full swing, the spotlight is suddenly trained on the studio with the "small is beautiful" release strategy.