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Longtime TV writer Straczynski shaped this truth-is-stranger-than-fiction tale of 1920s L.A. into a prestige vehicle. That is no small feat, as the true story took place over years and didn't reach a…
NBR winner for original screenplay seems like "Dirty Harry Gets Old" but turns out to have a soft center after all. Its aged blue-collar protagonist, urban Asian supporting cast and Detroit setting…
By presenting the gay rights movement as a civil rights struggle, this script could have been an issue in the Proposition 8 debate if it had come out in October. It might be more poignant, though…
A character study of two privileged young women at a pivotal moment in their lives, wavering between lives of unconventional joy or soulless materialism, this script finds Allen remaining in strong…
Another precisely observed and understated script from the writer-director of "The Station Agent," this one offering a timely theme -- America's open borders -- and a poignant star turn from Richard…
Newcomer Siegel and helmer Darren Aronofsky take the aud into a hidden world -- low-rent pro wrestling -- and find drama in a milieu and character usually dismissed by showbiz's cool kids.
Pixar continues to push the envelope when it comes to animated storytelling.Tale of a plucky trash compactor that falls in love with a sleek spacefaring probe has high-tech echoes of "Aladdin" and…
Bob Yari has placed the releasing division of his Yari Film Group into Chapter 11 reorganization.
Robert Chandler, a former CBS News executive who helped launch "60 Minutes" and had a supervisory role over the TV newsmagazine in its early years, died Thursday in Pittsfield, Mass.