Neil Drumming makes a skillfully scripted debut with this story of three former members of a '90s hip-hop band.
The Collective partners Sam Maydew and Jeff Golenberg are preparing to exit the management-production powerhouse to launch a new entity focused on repping clients in film and TV. Michael Green will…
Two weeks in Tampa, Fla., and Charlotte, N.C., can be, as has been said about the TV critics' press tour, a death march with cocktails. There are endless security checkpoints, credentialing desks and…
Two weeks in Tampa, Fla., and Charlotte, N.C., can be a death march with cocktails. There are endless security checkpoints, credentialing desks and the nagging doubt that there's always a better…
Taylor Swift, Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean, Blake Shelton and the Band Perry are among leading nominees for the 45th Country Music Assn. Awards, announced Tuesday.
Lupe Fiasco's "Lasers" beamed onto the U.S. album chart at No. 1 last week, leading five fresh titles into the national top 10.
An inspirational drama that ranks among the better religious-themed indies released in recent years.
Adrian Brown's spry, nicely acted revival makes a gently entertaining case for this (s)light comedy.
Doug Liman's film does a respectably intelligent job of spinning the Valerie Plame affair into a sleek mainstream entertainment.
Rebuttal to all those dreary dramas about how kinfolk tear into one another when someone in the family dies.
Based on a true story, this provocative, well-turned drama raises universally pertinent questions about fundamentalist thinking.
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