This uneasy hybrid from director Todd Kessler never finds its rhythm while detailing the tumultuous romantic dilemma that befalls a young woman smitten with real-life Soca superstar Machel Montano's…
ROME – Versatile Italian director and screenwriter Sergio Sollima, who gained international cult status with a trio of groundbreaking spaghetti Westerns comprising Lee Van Cleef-starrer “The Big…
Largely substituting the usual Bollywood song-and-dance with pumped-up bullet ballet, this lengthy but propulsive pic puts a contempo political spin on a classic police-meller formula.
Italy and India share a film history dating back 89 years.
Deliriously entertaining and shamelessly derivative "Kites" owes more to Hollywood than Bollywood.
One of Bollywood's most anticipated releases since production began in 2001, "Akbar Khan's Taj Mahal -- An Eternal Love Story" is big on bling but, notwithstanding widescreen lensing, never escapes…
The spring flurry of West End musicals gets off to a sluggish start with "The Far Pavilions," a beautifully designed bore that plays like a throwback to a musical era for which today's auds are…
Local 2001 hit "Santa Maradona" signaled novice helmer Marco Ponti as an energetic stylist, and, in his sophomore follow-up, "Roundtrip," he's expanded his visual vocabulary while maintaining a…
The latest in a quickly tiring breed of Hallmark miniseries for NBC, "The Lost Empire" contains enough special effects to fill 10 hours, and the four-hour epic adventure feels like it lasts that…
Storyline concerns a scheme by hawkish Russian General Orlov (Steven Berkoff) to launch a first-strike attack with conventional forces against the NATO countries in Europe, relying upon no nuclear…
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