PARIS– EuropaCorp, whose U.S. distribution venture RED recently launched, will present a robust slate of English-language movies at the European Film Market. The company will start pre-sales on an…
"Gone" is a low-pulse thriller that evaporates from memory with the last credit.
The latest chapter of the popular vamp franchise extends the mythos and sustains the excitement of its predecessors.
Watered-down tone causes the movie to drift dramatically between its musical and dance sequences.
Unfolding like a better-than-average episode of a first-rate TV police procedural, "Untraceable" is a satisfying slice of solidly crafted meat-and-potatoes filmmaking.
Living up to its grandiose title, "Feast of Love" is a cinematic essay on the infinite varieties of amour -- from the reckless ardor of youth to the cooler, more compromised emotional landscape of…
"Autumn in New York" is not a bad picture, just utterly banal. Desperately eager to register as a love affair in the mold of Hollywood's classics, Joan Chen's tediously sappy romantic meller is a…
Kicking off its commitment to acquire feature films that have not received theatrical distribution, the Sundance Channel has acquired domestic pay TV rights to Allison Burnett's directorial debut…