The casting of Ashton Kutcher turns out to be the sole risky element of "Jobs," a smooth, reasonably engaging but not especially revealing early-years account of Steve Jobs' storied career.
A movement aimed at bringing more film and videogame scoring to L.A. has emerged and the AFM has been a primary target of criticism.
Nothing's quite as it seems in "Dream House," an initially teasing variation on the haunted-house movie that pivots in a radically different, uninspired direction.
Rodriguez-produced pic puts a bulked-up Adrien Brody in Arnold Schwarzenegger's erstwhile shoes.
Shrill comedy is made for audiences looking for unchallenging laughs with familiar faces.
At 53, John Debney is one of just a handful of feature film composers today who worked his way up the system.
Composers, music supervisors behind pix in pipeline.
Following the mindset of so many recent CG kidpics -- the gabbier the script, the better -- "The Ant Bully" is lovely to look at but a headache to listen to. Visually dazzling cross between "Antz"…
"Liar Liar" is as surefire a commercial comedy as it gets. Awfully funny at times and carefully calculated to hit as many mainstream audience demographics as possible, pic looks to score as heavily…