To pinpoint the appeal of British B-movie bruiser Jason Statham, one need look no further than the place where the ball of Statham's foot, the crown of his head, or the bend of his elbow makes…
Michael Sheen and Juno Temple have joined Carey Mulligan, Mattias Schoenarts and Tom Sturridge in Fox Searchlight’s “Far From the Madding Crowd.” Thomas Vinterberg began shooting Monday from David…
An affable if familiar high-school comedy populated by bright pupils, badly behaved teachers and amateur theatricals.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Aladdin had his magic lamp. An American couple settles for a special kettle in "The Brass Teapot," a fresh riff on "be careful what you wish for" fables, in which things quickly get out of hand after…
“The Brass Teapot” company was more than ready to spill their superstitions and beliefs on magic at the March 21 preem at the Arclight. Since the Magnolia pic follows a couple who discover a magical…
With its satire "The Brass Teapot" set to premiere at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival, Union Entertainment Group is ramping up to finance and produce a slate of five to seven films annually with…
Steven Soderbergh's action-filmmaking chops get a swift, vigorous 92-minute workout in "Haywire."
Old and new Hollywood meet in writer-director Michael Schroeder's "Man in the Chair," a touching if by-the-numbers tale of an aspiring young filmmaker's encounter with a grumpy fount of movie lore.
Marbled with thoughtful observations about growing up in South Boston but weakened by routine melodrama, writer-director Brad Gann's "Black Irish" offers hints of greatness and at least suggests Gann…
Smartly written and sprightly played, "Sky High" satisfies with a clever commingling of spoofy superheroics, school-daze hijinks, and family friendly coming-of-age dramedy. Pic could prove a…