Daniel Schechter's sly, cleverly plotted caper reps a fitting memorial to the late Elmore Leonard.
Friday’s "The Big Bang Theory" panel was supposed to be lacking in its usual Comic-Con star power, with guests scheduled to favor writers over actors. Fans got their first surprise when Melissa…
CBS took the unprecedented step of adding a disclaimer to “Big Brother” ahead of Sunday’s episode, which featured yet another racism-tinged encounter among its cast. “At times, the Houseguests may…
The documentary picks up the story of Alex Libby, who has become an anti-bullying crusader.
On April 8, LD Entertainment bowed “Disconnect,” a pic that tells the story of three families impacted by Internet usage gone bad. "Our entire company felt that the material is incredibly topical…
Director Brett Ratner will receive the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation's new Ally award at its upcoming New York ceremony, after being ousted as the producer of last year's Oscarcast…
In crafting stories of rebels and rejects, toon storytellers stay kid-relevant
Nothing if not timely, director Marta Cunningham's richly detailed, deeply affecting docu "Valentine Road" burrows into the case of a 2008 school shooting that took the life of Lawrence "Larry" King.
More admirable in theory than in practice, "The We and the I" finds pop-surrealist auteur Michel Gondry getting real with non-pro teen thesps, cast as chatty Bronx kids coming home from school on…
"Chronicle" cleverly embraces the found-footage format as shorthand for a new kind of naturalism, inviting auds to suspend disbelief and join in the fantasy of being able to do anything with their…
The pernicious effect of bullying is the theme of "The King of Pigs," a South Korean animation that's as tough as its title suggests and then some.