Richard Curtis returns to a quintessentially English milieu with this sweet, familiar and reassuringly bland romance.
The Irish film industry has been relatively insulated from the country's drastic austerity program designed to alleviate its national debt crisis.
Hot off its Golden Globes win for comedy or musical, "The Artist" leads the pack with 12 BAFTA nominations, announced in London Tuesday morning.
"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" surges ahead with tremendous urgency, superb spectacle and powerful, even overwhelming emotion, only to falter with a hasty sendoff that seems to buckle…
Handful of promising pix shot in Ireland or by native talent make market rounds
If the 2008 best picture Oscar nod to "Slumdog Millionaire" was not exactly shocking, that film's victory in the sound mixing category (and nomination for sound editing) was stunning to industry…
Harry, Ron and Hermione abandon the safety of Hogwarts, and so does this dark and despairing story.
Pic boasts 3D imagery and kinetic action that can't obscure a movie that is, finally, pretty flat.
There is something to enjoy about this flagrant makeover of fiction's first modern detective.
Despite glorious performances from an ace cast, Venville's helming otherwise lacks cinematic flair.
The students at Hogwarts are forced to grapple with heavy issues of mortality, memory and loss.