Nineteenth century chivalry disarms 21st century cynicism in "Kate & Leopold," a time-travel romantic comedy whose best elements -- Meg Ryan and Hugh Jackman -- overcome distracting plot holes, loose…
"In the Bedroom," Todd Field's turbulent drama about a married couple dealing with the death of their son, has been chosen as the best film of 2001 by the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn.
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation has announced nominations for its 13th annual GLAAD Media Awards, presented by Absolut Vodka.
As government officials and businesses have urged Americans to get back to normal, Oscar campaigners have been asking themselves, "Exactly what is normal, anyway?"
The 74th Annual Academy Awards might be most memorable for adding the first new category in 20 years, for animated feature. The addition is significant because, critics contend, well-reviewed films…
Judging from the number of foreign-lingo releases that washed up on American shores this year, the critical and B.O. success of Ang Lee's "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" helped open the floodgates…
Indie film first slipped a foot into Oscar's doorway in the '80's, when "small" films like "Kiss of the Spider Woman," "The Trip to Bountiful" and "My Left Foot" began getting "big" Oscar attention.
Given Steven Spielberg's cachet as the most powerful filmmaker in Hollywood, the idea of his latest film getting lost amid all the award season hoopla seems unfathomable. Could it be that the…
After decades of hopping from venue to venue -- the cold vastness of the Shrine Auditorium, the cramped confines of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, and a half-dozen other places around town -- the…
As the media turned their attention to the opening of Hollywood & Highland and its Kodak Theater last month, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences quietly continued work on another Hollywood…