"Short Term 12" is a film about scars, some physical, others emotional, but all examined with a sensitivity and understanding that cuts deep. Set in a group home for damaged adolescents where staff…
"Since I was defined for so long as daughter/sister/aunt of someone famous, I was very curious to see who this Lizzie Olson (sister of the Olson twins) was..."
And the winners are… Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture WINNER: THE KING’S SPEECH (The Weinstein Company)ANTHONY ANDREWS / Stanley BaldwinHELENA BONHAM CARTER / Queen…
AMC's "Breaking Bad," ABC's "Modern Family" and NBC's "30 Rock" led the way with three nominations apiece in the TV heat for the 2011 Writers Guild Awards.
Selected categories and scribes gunning for kudos at Saturday's Writers Guild Awards.
Well-executed contempo film noir but dramatically foggy.
Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow Pictures are teaming on "Oz," a revisionist take on the L. Frank Baum books that hatched "The Wizard of Oz."
After years of futility, the search for a top-notch, 20-something slacker comedy is over, and it took a basic cable network to crack the code. Real-life chums Rob McElhenney, Glenn Howerton and…
Michael Moore gets a dose of his own medicine in the much-rumored "Michael Moore Hates America." Far more jocular, good-natured and thoughtful than Moore partisans might expect, docu is fashioned by…
Gorgeous Sherilyn Fenn looks and sounds like Taylor. Softness and vulnerability are her strong suits, volatility and depth -- necessary to sustain a staid (no sex, few emotional intimacies) four-hour…
"King of the Hill" has all the rich satisfactions of a fine novel. This densely detailed, superbly acted evocation of a resourceful boy's life during the depths of the Depression animates another…