A touching if uncomplicated drama that's modest in scale and commercial prospects.
Kevin Smith's "Red State," J.C. Chandor's "Margin Call," Dito Montiel's "The Son of No One," George Ratliff's "Salvation Boulevard," Eugene Jarecki's "Reagan," Steve James' "The Interrupters" and…
Film questions the comparative benefits of measured and alarmist rhetoric when it comes to climate-change debate.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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Jennifer Aniston and producing partner Kristin Hahn have formed Echo Films, a company that will start with a first-look deal at Universal Pictures.
Confident they've finally unwrapped the Wonka bar with the golden ticket, Warner Bros. execs are enlisting Tim Burton to direct "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," the second live-action adaptation…
TriStar Pictures has picked up a tragi-comic pitch called “Mr. Tambourine Man” for Neal Moritz Original Prods. to produce, sources said Wednesday. TriStar took the project off the table with a…
"Miami Rhapsody" plays like "Hannah and Her Miami Sisters," a very Woody Allen-ish romantic comedy about the amorous travails of a family of neurotics. Directorial debut by TV and film writer David…
In toto it's a generally unsympathetic saga of a 17th-century music-hall trollop which requires a specially produced prolog to square existing moral standards and the Hays office. It opens in a hovel…