Impeccably cast, extremely handsome, predictably soapy and a trifle slow moving, it's another first-rate costume drama.
This serviceable but uninspired Zola adaptation is unlikely to win more than middling arthouse B.O.
Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has acquired several key markets for Elizabeth Olsen's romantic thriller "Therese," which is debuting at the Toronto Film Festival.
Buoyed by the extraordinary success of "Le Roi et l'oiseau," Studiocanal will give a theatrical opening in France to its latest restored film classic, Jean Renoir's "La Bete Humaine" (The Human…
In the first major deal prior to the Toronto Intl. Film Festival, Elizabeth Olsen's romantic thriller "Therese" has been acquired for U.S. distribution.
"Downton Abbey" was the capper of PBS' second day at the Television Critics Assn. press tour. Here are the most memorable moments – sans spoilers – from the panel.
An overlong stygian comedy that badly needs a transfusion of genuine inspiration.
1930 / 1931 Picture: “Cimarron”Actor: Lionel Barrymore – “A Free Soul”Actress: Marie Dressler – “Min and Bill”Director: Norman Taurog – “Skippy” 1931 / 1932 Picture: “Grand Hotel”Actor: Wallace…
Craig Bierko, star of "The Music Man," is in final negotiations to headline the new Susan Stroman-helmed musical "Thou Shalt Not," due on Broadway in fall.
Though commendable and ambitious, Claude Berri's reverent adaptation of the Emile Zola mining saga "Germinal" is strangely flat and matter-of-fact. This earnest depiction of class struggle will be a…
Warners' most ambitious film production of many months, "The Life of Emile Zola," is a vibrant, tense and emotional story about the man who fought a nation with his pen and successfully championed…