The run up to Tuesday and Wednesday's historic Supreme Court hearings on same-sex marriage is being greeted by an array of up-close-and-personal profiles of plaintiffs, change-of-opinion reversals…
Once-sizable video outfit Image Entertainment last week received a buyout bid of $22.6 million from RLJ Acquisition, led by Black Entertainment Television founder Robert L. Johnson.
It's a mixed verdict for "Jane Fonda in the Court of Public Opinion."
Mexico is planning a $45.5 million expansion of pubcasters as a nationwide alternative to commercial giants Televisa and TV Azteca.
The latest legal wrinkle over Charlie Sheen's $100 million suit against Warner Bros. and "Two and a Half Men" executive producer Chuck Lorre is a dispute over whether the case should be waged in a…
Intermittently amusing and surely interesting, "Lebowitz" falls victim to the classic faux pas of overstaying its welcome.
Tries to forge the aspects of American gangsterdom; results are more admirable than electrifying.
Burrows into the thin and darkly funny spaces between artistry and vanity.
Alain Resnais returns to key themes of loneliness and separation with "Private Fears in Public Places." Despite a perfect cast of Resnais regulars plus the master's own impeccable crafting, the…