Moody, methodical and measured, "Road to Perdition" takes a brooding look at the wages of sin and the heritage of violence among hoodlums during the dark days of Prohibition.
Timothy M. Gray: Reel Life
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has unveiled the timetable for the 60th annual Golden Globe Awards.
A biting satire that entertains every step of the way, "Philanthropy" cleverly indicts the many ways in which "freedom" has further constrained the beleaguered citizens of Romania while providing a…
With Father's Day as the backdrop, squads of delighted children in the house and an emphasis on ohana onscreen, family was the theme at the premiere of Disney's "Lilo & Stitch," at Hollywood's El…
Spunky, mildly irreverent and completely hand-drawn, "Lilo & Stitch" represents a refreshing change of pace in Disney's recent animated output. This agreeably modest picture cleverly dovetails the…
In a town that prizes toughness, they're the toughest.
With "The sopranos" hiatus leaving a wide open spot in the drama race this year, several of the year's freshman shows have a strong chance of joining past favorites such as NBC's "The West Wing" and…
For various reasons, the following series may have a tough time making the final Emmy list, but critics and audiences have embraced their solid content and risk-taking approach. Here's a look at some…
Science fiction and fantasy shows hold a special place in TV history. Who can think of the 1950s without "The Twilight Zone," the 1960s without "Star Trek," or the 1990s without "The X-Files"?
In this age of cable and immeasurable entertainment options, the risk of airing expensive, meaningful minis like "Roots," "The Thorn Birds" or "Shogun" gives networks reason for pause. Emmys are…