"Gravity," "Runner Runner," "Parkland," "All Is Bright" and other new theatrical releases reviewed.
AKA Doc Pomus
After making the festival rounds over the past year, including New York's Stony Brook Film Festival where it won the grand prize in Aug., 2012, "AKA Doc Pomus," about the songwriter behind such hits…
The cast of “The Big Chill” will reunite at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival, organizers announced July 25. Not only does the occasion mark the 30th anniversary of the film, but it was actually the…
After years of posturing, Weinstein Co. and Celestial move ahead with the remaking of Chinese classics.
The original producers of “Dumb and Dumber” have fired back at producers of the sequel, claiming that a “pattern of unlawful and unethical behavior” has kept them off a project with which they have…
A strong candidate for limited release, the pic thrusts a forgotten pioneer back into the limelight while illuminating a part of rock history.
Giant Sony Corp. said Friday it's agreed to sell its storied U.S. headquarters building in Gotham for $1.1 billion to a commercial real estate consortium led by the Chetrit group.
Friday Box Office: ‘Zero Dark’ starts wide release on top with $9 mil; ‘Haunted,’ ‘Gangster’ vie for second with $6.7 mil
Sony proves a smart strategy in its long awaited wide release of "Zero Dark Thirty" as it dominated the domestic B.O. Friday with $9 million.
While it creates an affectionate portrait of charismatic musician Rick Springfield, "An Affair of the Heart" is really concerned with the meaning of fandom.
An Internet-age Romeo & Juliet tale in which the tragedy is more political than personal, "A Bottle in the Gaza Sea" adapts Valerie Zenatti's much-translated young-adult fiction to polished, engaging…
The quotidian dealings of a Spanish family in Paris are rudely thrown off balance by a fatal offscreen accident.
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