Jamie Foxx's dead-on portrayal of Ray Charles got a thumbs up from someone much more influential than a prominent film critic, studio head or fellow actor. It was from the Genius, himself.
For Peter Sarsgaard, the role of Clyde Martin, the adventurous "Kinsey" protege, was possibly the "healthiest character I've ever played," he says.
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…
When a 17-year-old Colombian girl, with dreams of escaping her small town, traffics heroin to the United States, the trip is far more perilous -- and permanent -- than she expected.
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.
There is a scene in "The Incredibles" in which the diminutive Edna Mode, wise beyond her size, ponders the crisis that has befallen Bob Parr, the movie's hero, who has gone off the deep end.
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.
Perched above the computer of John Logan, screenwriter of "The Aviator" and "RKO 281," about the making and near unmaking of Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane," is a production still of Welles as Charles…