The most important fact about talent agents today is that no one is scared of them anymore.
It was another Tuesday of good and bad news for NBC, whose “The Voice” hit a season high but its new dating show “Ready for Love” again dropped off sharply despite facing repeats on CBS and Fox. As…
Kiddie action-adventure works up just enough lukewarm swashbuckling energy to pass muster with bored young children and the Sunday school teachers entrusted with their care.
Scoring more than $160 million in three weeks to become China's highest-grossing domestic film ever, "Lost in Thailand" is a boisterous, joyously hokey comedy that connects with auds through its…
Yet another example of uninspired faux-found-footage horror, this first feature for helmer Corey Grant and his scenarists finds a crew of Los Angeles filmmakers driving north to investigate the…
Indiana Jones meets low-budget Pixar in entertaining toon "Tad, the Lost Explorer," an unpretentious, kid-friendly item that's lively and sometimes funny, but lacks a distinctive edge.
During a year of extremes at the worldwide box office, domestic totals are running more than 6% ahead of 2011, while a tally of year-to-date overseas grosses from the six majors trails by almost 4%…
Repackaging footage reportedly inaccessible for decades, "The Beatles: The Lost Concert" presents what's billed as the Fab Four's only available complete live show.
A wildly romantic Hallmark Hall of Fame production whose finest tear-inducing efforts evoke the sentimental appeal of "The Notebook."
Finally, a touchdown for Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton. The two performers, long neglected for their celebrated work on "Friday Night Lights," each scored Emmy lead acting nominations today for…
"This is cool, dude. It's very old school — you and me, trekking through the jungle, on our way to do something we don't quite understand. Good times." Well put, Hugo. This sew, "Lighthouse," did…