Many of the shingle's series give emotional weight to those who have been marginalized
An inescapable sense of poignancy and sentiment informs this rather workaday, music-sodden docu, which would have made a sensational short, and will probably work best in an abbreviated cut for TV…
FX has opted not to give a series order to "Outlaw Country."
News Corp. has cut a deal to buy 90% of education technology shingle Wireless Generation for $360 million in cash.
Film has soulful qualities that have been compressed into a paint-by-numbers production.
Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American rights to "Wonderful World," starring Matthew Broderick.
Big Beach partners Marc Turtletaub and Peter Saraf have made a first-look deal with producer Glenn Williamson and his Back Lot Pictures label.
Titles don't come much more self-explanatory than "Nazi Gold in Argentina." Rolo Pereyra's documentary follows the money from the Third Reich to the supposedly neutral Latin American nation before…
An amiable look at a bunch of Irish illegals in New York, "Gold in the Streets" sports some fine individual perfs but tends to amble along without hitting many emotional high notes. Pic is a fine…
Matthew Broderick sinks with the ship in "Out on a Limb," a moronic comedy that leads the pack as worst film of the year so far.