Peter Bogdanovich and Mira Nair have been tapped to receive awards at this year’s Woodstock Film Festival, with the 14th annual fest in upstate New York announcing its complete 2013 slate and adding…
If "Arrested" can find its way to new episodes, who knows what options will be available to the next prematurely unplugged series.
While no less twee than Wes Anderson's earlier pictures, "Moonrise Kingdom" supplies a poignant metaphor for adolescence itself.
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At first glance, the plot of writer-director Michael R. Roskam's debut feature "Bullhead" seems too Belgium-specific to have widespread international appeal. . .
Thankfully, Rome is no frigid city inthe fall. Come mid-October, temperatures tend to dip slightly below 70 degrees during the day and then curtsy to the mid-50s at night.
The WB's latest foray into reality television fancies itself a "social experiment" -- one in which half the participants don't know how to be social and the other half don't know the word…
The Coen brothers tread into James M. Cain territory with "The Man Who Wasn't There," but with less tasty results than either Cain or the Coens themselves at their best. The always inventive team…
Rarely has a film been so keyed into its time -- in ways that, commercially, will be both advantageous and damaging -- as "Fight Club." On one hand, the Fox 2000 feature is the perfect reflection of…
Hot directors coming off major successes often follow up with quirky, more idiosyncratic pictures and so it is with the Coen brothers' follow-up to "Fargo." Spiked with wonderfully funny sequences…
The War Game was originally made by BBC-TV for showing on TV, but corporation brass had second thoughts after it had been completed, decided it was unsuitable for mass audiences, and ordered it to be…