Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg make for an enjoyable pair in this fleet, unpretentious caper pic from Baltasar Kormakur.
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German cinema will again bask in the spotlight at this year's Berlin Film Festival, which is showcasing the latest works by veteran helmers and up-and-coming filmmakers, but the country's booming…
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Less inferno than slow burn, Rob Zombie's retro witch thriller "The Lords of Salem" has plenty of portent but not much payoff.
Two B.O. hits, both lensed in Cape Town, are adding to South Africa's growing reputation as a shooting hot spot.
IDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films' "October Baby" became the latest faith-based film to impress at the box office, bowing to $1.7 million from just 390 Stateside engagements over the March 23-25 weekend, to…
BEIJING -- Organizers are gearing up for a record number of exhibitors at Filmart, the Hong Kong Film and Television Market, while Keanu Reeves will give a master class on digital film at the Hong…
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