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Steven Spielberg's sage decision to show the mechanical shark as little as possible in "Jaws" springs to mind with each successive glimpse of an incredibly fake-looking man-eating catfish in Larry…
The Jackie Robinson who titled his 1972 autobiography "I Never Had It Made" — and meant it — is scarcely present in "42," a relentlessly formulaic biopic that succeeds at transforming one of the most…
Pic could yield reasonable returns as an inoffensive alternative to Oscar bait and epics, but even on those terms, "Parental Guidance" is not suggested.
Sony's reboot of its successful franchise, arriving five years after the last Sam Raimi-directed installment, is gratifyingly more of a drama-with-action than a nonstop assault on the senses.
Cameron Crowe's overlong pic works hard to deliver intermittent pleasures, most of which derive from Matt Damon's affable lead turn.
Don Rohrer joined post house Atlas Digital as director of technical operations, moving to the company after 10 years at Wexler Video, where he most recently served as VP of sales and mobile services.
Cinematographers fete their fellow filmmakers.
TV exec producer Denise Cramsey has died from a brain aneurysm.
Suggests "Juno" as reimagined by David Lynch, or a funnier, sunnier "Donnie Darko."
The channel, touting its growth as a top five entertainment-focused basic cable network, unveiled a new round of series pickups and development to advertisers on Wednesday.
Returning to his romantic comedy roots after "Vanilla Sky," helmer Cameron Crowe throws a friendly party with "Elizabethtown," laying on colorful characters, witty banter and a constant stream of…