Pakistan will submit an entry to Oscar's foreign-language category after a gap of 50 years, though the committee has not yet chosen the film. Each country is allowed one submission and can decide how…
Two decades after Richard Linklater's "Slacker," Pakistan gets its own paean to post-college limbo.
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As the adult-skewing drama becomes an endangered species at the studios, is there any hope for that venerable subcategory, the literary-book-to-screen adaptation?
Pakistan lifted a two-week ban on Facebook May 31 after the social networking site carried what was deemed a blasphemous competition, Everybody Draw Mohammed Day!, on one of its pages.
"The International" is a mostly ho-hum globe-hopping thriller.
The woods have recently grown so full of zombie comedies that one must pause to recall the last time there was a fully serious undead pic.
An insecure aspiring screenwriter gets the girl in "The Paranoids."
If "Resurrecting the Champ" were a prizefighter, he'd be soft around the middle. If not for Samuel L. Jackson's performance as the ravaged boxer, "Champ" would be of limited interest.
The CW turned in modest numbers in its first upfront, reflecting a market that appears to have fewer advertising dollars overall than last year. The CW, formed from the merger of the WB and UPN…
Synthesizing the work of more than 100 artists is a daunting task at best, yet Curious Theater Company's ambitious examination of the U.S. at war comes through with flying colors. The material and…
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