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.
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.
Who: Kim Basinger What: The Door in the Floor Why: Basinger and Jeff Bridges deal with their personal anguish in ways that make this downer pic worth watching. Who: Bryce Dallas Howard What: The…
For all the reasons Julie Delpy agreed to do a sequel to 1995's "Before Sunrise," the possibility of winning an award never crossed her mind.
Much is made of Ziyi Zhang's beauty. In a recent New York Times feature, she was likened to the incandescent screen sirens of Hollywood yore.
Pedro Almodovar has always known what he wanted, but getting it was another thing entirely. His first five films featured turbulent relationships with five different producers.
Who: Kate Beckinsale What: The Aviator Why: Ava Gardner was one of the most beautiful actresses in movie history and Beckinsale’s portrayal left little or no drop off. Who: Kate Bosworth What: Beyond…
Although only 29, Kate Winslet is no stranger to awards season hoopla with three Oscar noms already to her credit.
Private and unassuming in her personal life, Annette Bening relished the idea of going diva in "Being Julia."
In the pantheon of great psycho performances, at least two come to mind that no self-respecting thesp, under any circumstances, should attempt to duplicate.