Appearing out of the blue, Kim Ki-duk's latest feature, "Amen," will world preem at September's San Sebastian Film Festival.
"Hotel Babylon" is a fairly simple conceit, built around the employees at a high-class London hotel and the guests they serve -- "no matter how absurd, bizarre or perverse their requirements might…
A belated celebration of Cool Britannia, as well as a handy grouping of some of its major personalities, "Tube Tales" is a clever idea that's surprisingly successful overall and reveals some…
With visual style to spare, and a cast and plot you need a computer to keep track of, British writer-director Guy Ritchie's first feature, "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels," lacks nothing in…
The Children's Crusade of the 12th century is the subject of Franklin J. Schaffner's Lionheart, a flaccid, limp kiddie adventure yarn with little of its intended grand epic sweep realized. Based…