Just when she thought she was out … The official trailer for the “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” was released at Comic-Con today and, judging by the footage, things aren’t looking so good for…
In the current Broadway-bound revival of Leslie Bricusse and Frank Wildhorn's tuner, Constantine Maroulis is dangerously sexy as Hyde and nerdishly sweet at Jekyll, but vocally there's little…
Lincoln, Valjean and Dodd are characters that demand acting range and power
Mark Rylance's dazzlingly watchable antics as a reproving Olivia overturned by lust in Shakespeare's Globe's all-male "Twelfth Night" constitute nothing short of a star turn.
Nipponese helmer-scribe Miwa Nishikawa continues to explore themes of deceit with her fourth film, "Dreams for Sale," a provocative portrait of a husband and wife who scam women desperate for love.
When Willow Shields heard about the opportunity to audition for Primrose Everdeen in "The Hunger Games" she was only halfway through reading Suzanne Collins' young adult bestseller, but she already…
As a slab of gleaming, irony-free entertainment for undemanding teens, Fernando Gonzalez Molina's "I Want You" is just fine.
"Being an old woman was never part of the fantasy," observes one of the subjects of "I Am a Woman Now," Dutch docu helmer Michiel van Erp's affecting look at five European men who were reborn as…
A great deal of movie excitement was stirred over the weekend by odd characters named Katniss, Peeta and Prim, all of whom live in a nation called Panem and are denizens of the world of "The Hunger…
The first novel in Suzanne Collins' bestselling trilogy is a futuristic fight-to-the-death thriller driven by pure survival instinct, but the creative equivalent of that go-for-broke impulse is…
The film is a droll New Zealand parody of Westerns with a tone so deadpan it becomes laugh-out-loud funny.