Jimmy Kimmel takes his Lie Witness segment to Coachella, where slightly dazed scenesters enthusiastically endorse every fictitious band the interviewer comes up with — even Obesity Epidemic.
Pic could yield reasonable returns as an inoffensive alternative to Oscar bait and epics, but even on those terms, "Parental Guidance" is not suggested.
A couple attends a Pre-Cana retreat to test the "Certainty" of their commitment in Peter Askin's none-too-subtle Catholic cautionary tale.
Fox Searchlight has picked up its fourth Sundance title "Another Earth," helmed by Mark Cahill, for a reported $1.5 million-$2 million for domestic rights and all other English-speaking territories…
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Actor, director and producer, David Groh, best known as the husband of TV's "Rhoda," died of kidney cancer Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 68.
The U.S. premiere of Canadian Linda Griffiths' "Age of Arousal" is a tarted-up throwback, a "wild" reworking of George Gissing's 19th century novel "The Odd Women" without the Victorian shock value.
Jean Stapleton as Eleanor Roosevelt: The idea seems a delicious match of under-utilized actress and under-dramatized icon. But "Eleanor: Her Secret Journey," which the actress has been performing…
Rhoda, you haven't changed a bit. The sarcasm, the wishy-washiness, the inner-turmoil surrounding a mother-daughter relationship -- it's still boiling over and inviting as ever. Mary, you're a whole…
The satire and the satired get muddled in Eve Ensler's "Floating Rhoda and the Glue Man." A sporadically dark comedy about the emotional travails (read: love-life) of hopelessly trendy Manhattanites…
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