More admirable in theory than in practice, "The We and the I" finds pop-surrealist auteur Michel Gondry getting real with non-pro teen thesps, cast as chatty Bronx kids coming home from school on…
How do you know when the spark is gone? When your latest romantic comedy looks like TV, feels like greeting-card poetry and sounds like a self-help manual.
If you build it they will come. This motto appears to have worked in a number of ways for Dubai, a city synonymous with growth and prosperity.
Just one week after 15 hostages were freed by Colombian commandos, Hollywood has come knocking. Several potential projects are already taking shape.
A mild, nostalgic Depression-era memoir, "Two Bits" has the impact of a sweet little short story or one-act play rather than a thoroughly fleshed-out drama. Joseph Stefano's reminiscence of childhood…