Ahmad Abdalla's follow-up to "Microphone" is a nihilistic look at the poorest strata of Egyptian society in the throes of the 2011 Revolution.
Arsenio Hall’s return to the latenight circuit after nearly 20 years produced some promising ratings results on Monday night. CBS Television Distribution talker “The Arsenio Hall Show” averaged a 1.9…
The Coen Brothers’ “Inside Llewyn Davis,” Steve McQueen's "12 Years A Slave" and Alfonso Cuaron's 3D sci-fi thriller "Gravity" are all set to screen at this year's BFI London Film Festival. The…
This attractively packaged, moderately enjoyable account of China's rags-to-riches history lacks a contempo pulse.
This perfunctory rags-to-riches narrative is secondary to the smutty groan-along gags and second-class celeb cameos that are the pillars of Keith Lemon's shtick.
A fun soundtrack from Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, great dance numbers, and appealing leads compensate for the overwhelming sense of been there, done that.
An often hilarious, mostly infuriating chronicle of the rise and fall of one of America's most obscenely wealthy families, this timely and involving documentary elicits both sympathy and…
One of "The Office's" longest-serving employees has reupped for another two-season hitch.
A loving and sobering look at the demise of New York's garment industry.
Rewards are patchy in this double biotuner.
Something of an anomaly among the gloomy peers in his playwriting tribe, Noah Haidle is an optimistic young scribe whose whimsical plays take comic delight in the most wretched excesses of his fellow…
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