Co-directors Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland defang their material in this wild and crazy true Hollywood story about Errol Flynn's scandalous fling with a 15-year-old starlet.
There are a couple of well-established paths to Broadway for a new play. "Blue Highway" isn't taking any of them. The new work by David Marlett (pictured at left) is being developed simultaneously as…
A complex political movement gets admirably cogent treatment in Corey Ogilvie's "Occupy the Movie."
Although "Sometimes Scantily Clad but Never Naked Soldier" is more like it, "Naked Soldier" otherwise delivers the goods as a cheerfully ludicrous yarn about a globetrotting squad of sexy babes…
"Hitchcock" is a diverting but dramatically insipid account of how the Master of Suspense took his biggest gamble and delivered his greatest success with "Psycho."
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A gory and funny riff on the trusty standby of city kids being menaced by rural types, "100 Bloody Acres" reps a promising feature debut for Aussie brothers Colin and Cameron Cairnes.
Actor Richard Lynch, who employed his platinum hair and scarred face to play villainous characters in such films as "Bad Dreams" and "The Sword and the Sorcerer," was found dead Tuesday at his home…
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Set in a quasi-Fascist alternative U.S. of the 1980s, "Radio Free Albemuth" is an engrossing adaptation of the same-named novel by Philip K. Dick.
Kenneth Branagh invests this comicbook epic with a weighty yet never overbearing Shakespearean dimension.
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