With a healthy sense of irony compensating for some garbled plotting and hit-and-miss f/x, this "Bait" should really hook fans in ancillary.
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"Death by China" paints a frightening vision of an evil, totalitarian government aiming weapons of economic destruction at the U.S. while massively building up its military capability.
In tough times, Spaniards turn to family, which is just what thesp-turned-helmer Paco Leon has done with his distinctive, enjoyable debut, "Carmina or Blow Up."
"Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" is a Civil War-era actioner of questionable taste and historical accuracy but surprisingly consistent entertainment value.
Pic is a story of love and subterfuge in 1980 East Germany that never quite accelerates into an outright thriller.
The public -- and the biz -- struggle to understand a craft
Docu focuses on life-size photo cutouts that substitute for shipped-out soldiers.
Ed Brubaker, the comicbook world's most decorated scribe of the past five years, is adapting his graphic novel "Coward" for Jamie Patricof's Hunting Lane Films, which has acquired the rights to the…
Presenting excerpts from an actual videotaped interrogation at Guantanamo, this disturbing docu casts the U.S. not as an exporter of democracy but as an international enabler of civil-rights…
A handsomely staged costume drama that insists Shakespeare was actually Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford.
Colin Firth is set to star in epic drama "The Railway Man," helmed by Jonathan Teplitzky and based on the tome by Eric Lomax.