The desperation -- sometimes volatile, more often quiet -- of the London working class is evoked in borderline too-familiar fashion in "All or Nothing." Assuming a typical degree of critical support…
Dai Sijie's film adaptation of his autobiographical novel is a visually lush and very Westernized vision of life in a remote Chinese village in the early 1970s. This handsomely produced and quite…
Lifelong NRA member and former award-winning teen marksman Michael Moore goes gunning for guns in "Bowling for Columbine," a rollicking, incendiary documentary that looks down the barrel of…
PBS and ABC topped all networks Saturday, with each scoring nine creative Daytime Emmy Awards heading into Friday's 29th annual Daytime Emmycast, airing on CBS.
This story of the Old West from a horse's point of view sports a noble "my spirit will never be broken" central theme as well as a fashionably p.c. pro-horse-and-Indian, anti-white settler political…
Billed as the first feature to be shot in Gotham after 9/11, scripter-helmer Dylan Kidd's debut effort rarely comes blinking out of the darkness and into the light, its twilit ambiance viewed as a…
The Screen Actors Guild and Turner Network Television have renewed their telecast rights agreement for the SAG Awards Show through 2005.
Bob Barker has agreed to come on down to host the Daytime Emmy Awards.
Adrian Lyne takes an uncharacteristically cool approach to adultery in "Unfaithful," a precision-tooled, moody study in the wages of betrayal. This refitting of Claude Chabrol's 1968 classic "La…
Two exquisite lead perfs and a story that, in all its simplicity, is both thrilling and (at least for a while) unpredictable, make "Hold My Heart" a surprisingly watchable drama. After his thriller…