Alfonso Cuaron's white-knuckle space odyssey restores a sense of wonder, terror and possibility to the bigscreen that should inspire awe among critics and audiences worldwide.
The Lego animation whiz known as Bricktease recreates the opening scene from James Bond pic "Casino Royale" brick by tiny brick.
The calendar move had been anticipated as the Grammys, like many other winter awards shows, move out of the way of coverage of the Feb. 7-23 2014 Winter Olympics.
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International Space Station commander Chris Hadfield was already becoming an Internet sensation with his 770,000 Twitter followers and videos of him strumming a guitar and cooking spinach in space…
Hong Kong helmer Johnnie To's China-set gangster movie "Drug War" will world premiere as a surprise movie at the Rome Film Festival where another high-profile Chinese title, Feng Xiaogang's…
As Saturday night's big honoree, George Clooney must have known what was in store for him as he joined Barbara Davis and all her friends at the 2012 Carousel of Hope Ball. In the VIP room of the…
The Charles Brackett production takes a tongue-in-cheek approach to the Jules Verne story, but there are times when it is difficult to determine whether the film-makers are kidding or playing it…
John Paul Jones has some spectacular sea action scenes and achieves some freshness in dealing with the Revolutionary War. But the Samuel Bronston production doesn't get much fire-power into its…
Filmization of W.H. Hudson's novel has been approached with reverence and taste but fantastic elements puzzle and annoy. Hudson wrote an allegory of eternal love in his story of Rima, the bird-girl…
Soho, with its atmosphere of sleazy stripperies, gaudy coffee bars and frenetic teenagers, is the setting for this amusing satire on how a little talent can be boosted overnight as the result of a…
Mervyn LeRoy takes the factual material of Don Whitehead's best-selling The FBI Story and makes of it a tense, exciting film story told in human terms. The method used is to show the work of the FBI…