Blame it on the moon; after Olympia Dukakis won the Oscar as Cher's tough, sardonic mother in the 1987 romantic comedy "Moonstruck," she became both a household name and Hollywood's go-to actress for…
Indulging one of film history's more entertaining "what might have been" stories, first-timer Frank Pavich delivers his own mind-blowing cult movie.
Incandescent performances and an unerring grasp of milieu distinguish this latest feature from 'Sherrybaby' helmer Laurie Collyer.
A broad and sometimes hilarious sendup of plastic surgery and celebrity culture that's appropriately all smiles, "Il volto di un'altra" is the latest candy-colored, cheerfully over-the-top confection…
Judging from its playful title, "Girls Against Boys" aims to flip the script on the battle of the sexes, forcing a handful of guys to atone for the sins of all men as two mad-as-hell gals go on a…
A large, colorful Neapolitan family in the early 1970s experience the decade's radical social changes in microcosm in Ivan Cotroneo's uneven helming debut, "Kryptonite!"
Sixty years after Hollywood started adapting his sci-fi, fantasy and horror tales into movies and TV shows, Richard Matheson is ready for a comeback.
Domestic and family pics get boost in wake of disaster.
Eric Lagesse's Pyramide has taken French rights to comedy ensembler "Mine vaganti" (Loose Cannons).
Sunnier in tone than Turkish-Italian helmer Ferzan Ozpetek's "A Perfect Day" and "Saturn in Opposition," ensembler "Loose Cannons" puts a comic spin on the director's recurrent interest in families…
Don Cheadle gets a role to shake loose and revel in with Petey Greene, the loose-cannon deejay hero of Kasi Lemmons' energetic biopic "Talk to Me," which alternates too deliberately between jaunty…
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