Ken Loach and screenwriting partner Paul Laverty are in breezy form with this amiable comedy about young Glaswegian roughnecks discovering the world of whisky.
Sacha Baron Cohen's new alter ego, Admiral General Aladeen, invited his guests to be pleasured on Thursday evening in London. The occasion? The world bow of Par's "The Dictator."
Displaying little in the way of wily self-assurance, charisma or gravitas, the "Twilight Saga" heartthrob doesn't exactly invigorate this flailing English-language adaptation of Guy de Maupassant's…
Joe Johnston's earnest attempt to resurrect the WWII-era action figure plays like a by-the-numbers prequel for "The Avengers."
No single political party won the recent U.K. election outright but TV, often seen as the Internet's wrinkled, worn-out forebear, won the media battle by an unexpected landslide.
"Take a Chance on Me" may be one of its most celebrated songs, but little risk is actually involved in "Mamma Mia!," a predictably glossy screen adaptation of the Abba-scored musical.
A crime that shocked a nation becomes the touchstone for a social campaigner's test of his Christian beliefs in "Longford," another powerful exercise in dramatized "reimagining" by "The Queen" scribe…
Gags about boogers, flatulence, projectile vomiting and "titty twisting" are batted about like so many foul balls in "The Benchwarmers," a comedy about three adult dweebs who seek redemption of some…
Sixth film helmed by Ken Loach and penned by Paul Laverty, set in Scotland's Strathclyde region, cross-cultural love story "Ae Fond Kiss" has a biz-as-usual feel. Pic sports team's trademark deft…