There's not much novelty to this routine mutant-monster-menace outing from "Rammbock" director Martin Kren.
After a dozen years at the helm, Phil Kent will step down from his post as CEO of Turner Broadcasting in January and will be succeeded by Time Warner chief financial and administrative officer John…
Sensual and horrifying, "The Patience Stone" plays like a mesmerizing, modern take on the tales of Scheherazade and a parable on the suffering of Afghan women.
A love story between octogenarians, "Coming of Age" avoids the mawkishness and condescending cuteness often brought to such stories, arriving at a clear-eyed result that's touchingly real.
A winning, handsomely crafted story with a charismatic lead guaranteed to charm international auds.
Turner Broadcasting System is poised to turbo-charge its growth overseas now that it has recruited Gerhard Zeiler, one of Europe's most prominent media execs, to lead its international wing.
Incompetent on every level, would-be controversial sex farce is relentlessly unfunny to the point of alienation.
Four people who can't stop themselves from amassing stuff are observed with compassion and amusement in Swiss-made "A Glorious Mess," helmer Ulrich Grossenbacher's second feature docu.
"Michael" takes a coolly nonjudgmental, non-psychological approach to a disturbing subject.
Is anyone really interested in music from such obscure films as "Dunston Checks In," "Sadismo," "Speed 2: Cruise Control" and the fourth season of TV's "CHiPs"?
The contemporary soundtrack market, studio execs say, has collapsed.