They might be sitcom sweethearts, but when it came to playing enemies in their new pic "A.C.O.D.," Adam Scott and Amy Poehler had no problem dropping the niceties. "At first it felt kind of weird,"…
Kramer Vs. Kramer
In Chile, as in much of the world, English is becoming the lingua franca among a growing number of filmmakers, as arthouse and genre helmers alike make it the primary language in films targeted to…
Producers Steven Bochco and David Milch's creation didn't revolutionize television — at least, not in the way many foresaw.
This sporadically amusing but unduly protracted dramedy devolves into a shameless tearjerker in its third act.
Wayne Kramer's latest is a sub-Tarantino triptych of comic-violent tall tales consisting mostly of bad things happening to dumb people.
Disney-Pixar’s “Monsters University” made the grade Friday with $30.5 million, putting its weekend prospects around $75 million for first. Historically, the late June frame is a strong release window…
"I was surprised," he says, when he heard the Tony Awards had decided to give him its annual Isabelle Stevenson Award for significant contribution to humanitarian or charitable causes.
A movie of careful entrances and exits, Matt Porterfield's "I Used to Be Darker" chronicles the dissolution of a marriage through the eyes of a runaway cousin who drops in unannounced.
With Dustin Hoffman's directorial debut, "Quartet," moving on from its Toronto preem to the buzz screenings circuit for serious awards season play, the actor-helmer pulled into the Mill Valley Film…
"Kramer vs. Kramer" reworked in a very contemporary Japanese fashion, "Quartet for Two" covers pretty familiar territory but finds ways to make it fresh and interesting. What starts out as a fairly…