Quietly involving drama has modest commercial potential, but merits further fest travel and consideration by quality cable/disc programmers.
Snow White has found her huntsman.
An adequately pitched but choppily executed Gallic thriller that skirts off track.
Well-crafted docu "Fire Under the Snow" concerns septuagenarian Tibetan monk Palden Gyatso, who, imprisoned and tortured for 33 years, became a rallying cry for his country's liberation.
If you ever wondered what would happen if Peter, Paul and Mary wrote a musical, "The Snow Queen" might just quench your curiosity. A folk music take on a Hans Christian Andersen tale, this charming…
In the often surreal world of the televised press briefing, the media don't stand a chance against a nice guy, and judging by his first performance, new White House press secretary Tony Snow may be…
Like an Iraq-war mirror image of "Life Is Beautiful," actor-director Roberto Benigni's "The Tiger and the Snow" re-runs the successful structure and comic persona of the 1998 Oscar-winning film in a…
A featherweight throwback to the willy-nilly silliness of Disney comedies produced in the 1970s, "Snow Dogs" should benefit from lack of similar family fare on current megaplex bills; decent…
There has never been anything in the theatre quite like Walt Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," seven reels of animated cartoon in Technicolor, unfolding an absorbingly interesting and, at…