There's not much novelty to this routine mutant-monster-menace outing from "Rammbock" director Martin Kren.
Sony has released the first international trailer for the real-life story of "Captain Phillips."
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The American health care system is diagnosed up one side and down the other in the highly instructional docu.
Four wild-haired Czechoslovak teens rebel against their parents, teachers and the communist system in the nostalgic crowdpleaser "Identity Card."
Miniseries seems weighed down by an obvious desire to trumpet its importance in all caps.
Rising above a tsunami of hype, Brit TV star David Tennant ("Dr. Who") offers an effortless-seeming star turn as cynical Berowne in his second RSC appearance (after the well-received and London-bound…
Charles Mee, has said, "I like plays that are not too neat, too finished, too presentable. My plays are broken, jagged, filled with sharp edges." "Summertime," a Southern California premiere, is a…
It had to happen: Comedy Central has ordered eight episodes of "Drawn Together," the first animated "reality" show. The animated housemates seem inspired by toon icons such as Captain America, Betty…
CBS Sunday Movie brings on another touching vidfilm in the spirit of its recent prized cockle-warmer, last August's "The Price of Heaven." Loaded with effective characters and performers, a moving…
In Sleeping with the Enemy, a chilling look at marital abuse gives way to a streamlined thriller [from the novel by Nancy Price] delivering mucho sympathy for imperiled heroine Julia Roberts and…
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