John Cusack's delicious star turn bolsters Scott Coffey's satirical, Syracuse-set coming-of-ager.
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Inside the online revival of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," where production and distribution are getting a radical rethink.
In reality TV terms, "Preachers' Daughters" hits the trifecta — possessing an obvious movie precedent ("Footloose," anyone?), while targeting teenagers and their parents with tantalizing questions…
Shrewd comic instincts keep a formulaic pity-party largely afloat in Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini's fourth feature collaboration.
Returning to the kind of kid-centric material with which he's been known to thrive, helmer Rob Reiner nevertheless seems uninspired by the material.
So Yong Kim takes what could have been routine story elements and transforms them into something deeply sad and touching in "For Ellen."
Throwing the conventional sports-movie formula a curve, "Moneyball" offers an uncannily sharp, penetrating look at how Oakland Athletics general manager Billy Beane helped reinvent baseball.
A low-tech, old-fashioned and campy version of Disney's hit film.
Fueled by the success of "The Game," BET is adding another laffer to its primetime sked this year and loading up on original Web skeins.
Another blandly recycled storyline and a denouement that feels rather violent for tykes.
A tastefully provocative, ultimately haunting look at extramarital temptation.