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…
An unusual study of a self-centered teen's obsession with a pretty high school tease, "No Regrets" plays as an antidote to more conventional, middle-class youth dramas, with a basically unsympathetic…
WNBC-TV led the winners at the 45th annual New York Emmy Awards Sunday night. Outlet picked up nine statuettes, having entered the night with 38 nominations.
The man is better company than the spider in "Spider-Man." The long-awaited bigscreen incarnation of the 40-year-old Marvel Comics superhero emerges as a perfectly serviceable early-summer popcorn…
Director Marco Bellocchio returns to his unconventional roots with "The Religion Hour," a densely textured, intensely personal drama about a confirmed atheist confronted with lingering ties to the…
Translating Nia Vardalos' well-received stage monologue into fleshed-out screen form, "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" suffers in ways typical to such adaptations -- what was fresh and flavorful in…