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Another demanding and deeply rewarding investigation into the Holocaust from documentarian Claude Lanzmann.
An engrossing, well-structured look at the convoluted schemes by which Bernie Madoff made off with billions in investors' money
The potential for screw-tightening suspense gets lost amid the ineffectual dramatics in "Phantom," a feeble fictionalization of a crucial but little-known moment when a rogue Soviet submarine brought…
An example of long-term documentary filmmaking paying off in ways few could have anticipated, "Linsanity" energetically recounts Jeremy Lin's astonishing rise to NBA stardom.
A scalding appraisal of the Christian missionary movement in Africa, "God Loves Uganda" has a ferocious mission of its own: to portray American evangelicals as arrogant and deluded, yet dangerously…
Newbie media stock Starz completed its first full week as a public company Friday as two Wall Streeters slapped a "neutral" rating on the shares. One revived the idea of a merger with Epix as the pay…
Jeff Sagansky, Susan Lyne, Derek Chang and Rob Wiesenthal are among the new board members of Starz, which completed its spinoff from Liberty Media on Friday afternoon.
A lowbrow, lame-brained mash-up of buddies-on-patrol comedy and sci-fi actioner, held together (barely) by an endless string of penis jokes.
Seventeen cable channels owned by Viacom went dark on DirecTV minutes before the stroke of midnight ET Tuesday as the companies failed to hammer out a new distribution agreement.
"Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" is a Civil War-era actioner of questionable taste and historical accuracy but surprisingly consistent entertainment value.
This bizarre but weirdly bloodless retro-camp exercise is neither funny nor eerie enough to seduce the uninitiated.