The Epix documentary "Milius" poses an interesting question: Why didn’t John Milius – writer extraordinaire, and director of some renown – become a household name like film-school contemporary George…
This underdog story manages to get a fair bit right about early 1970s surf culture when it isn't trafficking in the hoariest of David-vs.-Goliath cliches.
CinemaCon honoree Kathleen Kennedy isn't inclined to analyze her own success, but looking back she sees two keys: hard work and flexibility.
Working on the reasonable assumption that people who attend film festivals are receptive to films about other films, SXSW programmers sprinkled the 2013 lineup with a number of biographical…
If daunting physical conditions served as an impediment to Dean Semler, he wouldn't have much of a career. But this sturdy, versatile cinematographer -- characterized by an ageless enthusiasm and an…
Helmer Dan Bradley's long-delayed remake of John Milius' 1984 kids-vs.-Commies adventure delivers enough thrilling action sequences and rock-'em, sock-'em fantasy-fulfillment to amp its B.O…
Heavy hitters turned out for the June 1 dedication of the Marilyn and Jeffrey Katzenberg Center for Animation on the USC School of Cinematic Arts campus. Steven Spielberg and George Lucas showed…
John Milius, co-creator and exec producer on HBO-BBC's "Rome," has signed on as showrunner on another historic blockbuster, ancient Egypt epic "Pharaoh."
Tries to forge the aspects of American gangsterdom; results are more admirable than electrifying.
Sneaking into town without any advance screenings after nearly two years in the Dimension stockade, "Texas Rangers" has the frustrating feel of a rousing, epic oater sadly compromised. To be sure…
Some of the most famous drive-in movies of the '50s are coming back -- but this time you won't need a drive-in, just cable.