Upon a preliminary viewing back in February, "Spider-Man" was a spectacular mess. The finished version is reasonably improved but somewhat less spectacular.
Mary Jane Watson
When director Garry Marshall first read the script for the ensemble romantic comedy "Valentine's Day," he knew it could be a hit.
Should Broadway's Spidey sense be tingling?
The first official announcement of the "Spider-Man" musical has confirmed the show's February 2010 opening at Broadway's Hilton Theater -- although at this point, one of the only bits of news…
The three main recurring characters get stuck in a rut and the same can be said of the film itself in "Spider-Man 3." After the significant improvement of the second installment over the first, new…
Child stars have a bad rep for turning into pop/tart tragedies, and so it is nice to report that Dunst at 24 has made the transition from kid to adult with nary a National Enquirer cover line on her…
In its Oscar campaign for "Adaptation," Sony is pushing Meryl Streep for a supporting nom, but SAG Awards voters will be considering her in the lead category.
The man is better company than the spider in "Spider-Man." The long-awaited bigscreen incarnation of the 40-year-old Marvel Comics superhero emerges as a perfectly serviceable early-summer popcorn…
The Beginning or the End tells its portentous tale in broad strokes of masterful scripting and production. Picture tees off with a pseudo news clip, showing the burying of a time capsule, not to be…