Doing the gameshow impresario and "unauthorized autobiographer" one better, "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind" advances Chuck Barris' tall tale of his double life as a TV producer and CIA assassin…
Trekkers will get their fill, but others need not apply for "Star Trek Nemesis," the 10th and perhaps final entry in the long-running franchise. Successfully maintaining the conventional wisdom that…
"Gangs of New York" bears all the earmarks of a magnum opus for Martin Scorsese: Fascinating and fresh material about his beloved New York City, an epic reach, an equally epic gestation period, a…
After venturing forth from paradise to traverse Middle-earth last year, Frodo & Co. push closer to hell in "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers." The middle section of director Peter Jackson's…
The romantic movie "Brown Sugar" received a leading eight nominations Thursday for the NAACP Image Awards.
Russian helmer Alexander Sokurov is in dispute with the European Film Academy over upcoming nominations for Dec. 7's Rome FELIX awards, over the categories in which his Cannes-premiered "Russian Ark"…
The National Board of Review has planted the first flag in what's expected to be an intensely contentious awards season, choosing "The Hours" as the best film of 2002. Depicting three women in three…
Ralph Woolsey, who won an Emmy in 1968 for the skein "It Takes a Thief," will receive the American Society of Cinematographers Presidents Award.
A well-played, emotionally potent drama set after Argentina's 1976 military coup when critics of the new regime famously "disappeared," Marcelo Pineyro's marvelously human "Kamchatka" narrows its…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences released a record-breaking list of 54 candidates for the 2002 foreign-lingo Oscar nominations on Monday.