The first time the audience gets a good look at Kevin Spacey's vice-obsessed psychopath in David Fincher's gritty 1995 crime thriller "Seven," he's stepping out of a cab in front of a worn-down brick…
It may star Paul Walker, but this mostly preposterous high-concept clunker is neither fast nor furious.
“Doctor Who” fans were saddened this weekend to learn that Matt Smith is departing the TARDIS for the last time, stepping down as the 11th Doctor in time for the character to “regenerate” just after…
A charming score and a sincere premise buoy "Hero," a new musical set in a Milwaukee comicbook store that explores the distance between superheroic aspirations and everyday reality.
While TV's influence is sometimes exaggerated by cultural scolds, it's hard to debate the medium's role in gradually facilitating greater acceptance of gays and lesbians -- so much so that Vice…
A fearless physical performance by Cate Blanchett is at the center of the painful, disjointed search for salvation depicted in Botho Strauss' "Gross und Klein."
Perspiration, conversation and a certain amount of carbonation are the accessories of "Steam of Life."
For Elizabeth Gabler, Fox 2000 may be the perfect home base. As a boutique more than pure specialty division, it boasts the advantages of a studio (deep pockets, global marketing and distribution)…
Plot involving a Los Angeles kidnapping is merely a tepid recycling of old film noir chestnuts. And because plot is the sum total here, the alarming holes, inconsistencies and impossibilities in…
Sony/Revolution's "Anger Management" managed a blissful opening of $44.5 million in estimated weekend box office -- a record for April and personal best for the laffer's topliners.
Even with a running time (sans end credits) of 74 minutes, there is scarcely enough material to pad out "Phone Booth." A half-hour TV slot, or even a short, might have proved the best format for this…