Gringos in Third World prisons never fare particularly well, and "186 Dollars to Freedom," helmer Camilo Vila's politically conscious thriller about an American surfer framed for drug trafficking, is…
Writer-director Don Handfield fails to score with "Touchback," a lightweight and overlong feel-good drama that plays like a mashup of "It's a Wonderful Life" and "Friday Night Lights."
An account of a girl soldier struggling to survive in a conflict-torn central African state, "War Witch" offers the sort of harrowing experience one would expect given its abominable subject matter.
It will be a year before audiences see "Men in Black 3," "The Amazing Spider-Man" and other summer tent-poles scheduled for 2012, but production dailies are already being screened at trailer shops…
Whether the criteria is ratings, Emmys or buzz, HBO has had a big year.
When Sly Stallone talks, people listen.
Lee Daniels has set his sights on a new family drama, this time for HBO with author Amy Bloom.
Diehard fans will find things in which to rollick; for others, the show is tough sledding.
National pubcaster RAI has scored near-record ratings with its two-part telefilm, "Padre Pio: Between Heaven and Earth," proving once again that piety, devotion and spirituality have as much of a…