A humorless tone and relentlessly noisy aesthetics drag down this heavily hyped, brilliantly marketed tentpole attraction.
Roger Ebert Presents At The Movies
Harry Lewis, who started as an actor in films such as “Key Largo” and went on to found the Hamburger Hamlet and Kate Mantilini restaurants with his wife Marilyn, died of natural causes Sunday in…
Annette Funicello, who first gained fame as a 12-year-old Mousekeeter on Disney's "The Mickey Mouse Club" in the 1950s and then starred opposite Frankie Avalon in a series of musical beach party…
Film critic Roger Ebert was not only the first film critic to win a Pulitzer Prize, but one of the only critics known to the general public, thanks to his long-running movie review shows such as…
Pic's Bulgarian-made CGI does the most damage in Antoine Fuqua's intense, ugly, White-House-under-siege actioner.
This year's Berlinale Retrospective, the Weimar Touch: The International Influence of Weimar Cinema After 1933 puts a neat spin on things by first looking back and then forward some 20 years…
For Christine Vachon at New York's Killer Films, "What keeps independent film alive, what it has to be charged with now, is true originality, alternative, truly original voices."
Ray Bradbury, the influential science-fiction writer who transcended the genre's limitations to be hailed as a literary lion for such works as "Fahrenheit 451" and "The Martian Chronicles," died…
When Roger Ebert announced last week that he had reluctantly put his TV series "Ebert Presents At The Movies" on hiatus, it may have marked the end of a genre that he helped create more than 35 years…
Elvis Mitchell, the former New York Times film critic who was recently dropped from Roger Ebert's new syndicated show, has landed a job at Movieline.
"Married" offers a positive, if melodramatically heightened, portrait of upper-middle-class African-American life.