'District 9' writer-director Neill Blomkamp delivers a less dazzling but absorbing and intelligent bit of futurism.
Gotham partygoers are used to celebs in their midst. So it was remarkable that at least one star made everyone go all gushy at the March 20 opening night party of Broadway's new "Breakfast at…
A tense, focused piece of storytelling with a powerful sense of empathy.
'The Hurt Locker' wins best picture.
This strident pic hasn't got enough new to say to invade theatrical venues.
"I'm just stuffed with joy," said best director nominee Lee Daniels. "I really can't move."
We are used to seeing sci-fi in a highly polished way, not the way you would on CNN," points out editor Julian Clarke, describing how "District 9" used a doculike style to create the movie's…
"Precious" helmer Lee Daniels can't be easy to work for. But what emerged from reports of on-set tumult is a film that's been met with standing ovations at screenings and festivals.
'District 9' heralds first-time feature director Neill Blomkamp as a nimble talent to watch.
A committed perf by Rebecca De Mornay as a woman who won't let go of her daughter's figure skating career -- even after the daughter has -- isn't enough to ballast semi-serious, semi-satiric…