“This is the wrong night to get drunk if you want to work in TV,” said Mike O'Malley, emceeing the Taste for a Cure fundraiser for the UCLA Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation. O'Malley spoke the truth…
An Atlanta Municipal Court hearing for Reese Witherspoon has been scheduled for May 22, following her disorderly conduct arrest Friday when her husband, CAA agent James Toth, was pulled over on…
It turns out that the very concept of disruption has been digitally disrupted. Because digital tools and platforms reduce costs, disruptions can occur at any level, big or small.
The reliability of an inscrutable Hungarian National Security officer is put to the test in post-1956 Budapest in "The Exam," a nifty little pretention-free genre item from helmer Peter Bergendy.
Six years of legal limbo and post-production hell have not been kind to Kenneth Lonergan's "Margaret," an angry, cacophonous storm of a movie.
Semi-studly episodic-TV and sometime soap opera player Marcus Dean Fuller directs, co-writes and stars in apparent vanity vehicle with supernatural overtones "One Fall."
Rather ordinary account of youthful summer misadventures goes down easily thanks to sparky cast.
"Harry Potter can kiss my ass!" shrieks one of the studly young warlocks at the core of the occult prep-school thriller "The Covenant." But Harry's the one who ought to bend over for this muddled and…
"Take the Lead" hits all its marks, but never dazzles anyone with its footwork. Nevertheless, this well-intentioned, feel-good urban tale of adversities overcome should waltz to a healthy B.O.…
If films about coping with memory loss and/or reverse-order storytelling now constitute a mini-genre, then pic is arguably the best of the lot. Second collaboration between screenwriter Charlie…
Labored, artificial stab at '40s/'50s-style romantic comedy, "Nola" abounds in theatrically overwritten repartee meant to sparkle. In his admitted desire to update Billy Wilder…
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