The Los Angeles Film Festival has tapped Nat Faxon and Jim Rash's The Way, Way Back" as the closing night film on June 23.
Strictly from a journalism perspective, Jake Tapper left ABC News at the right moment. Whether his timing in landing at CNN is equally propitious remains to be seen, but it should offer insight into…
To call "Something in the Way" masturbatory would be a literal plot description, though it applies equally to helmer-scribe Teddy Soeriaatmadja's affected portrayal of a Jakarta taxi driver screwed…
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There's increasing chatter about FX being poised to undergo the network version of cell division, as News Corp. is said to be taking steps toward the long-discussed launch of a spinoff channel.
This coming-of-ager can be explosively funny in parts, but overall feels pretty familiar, relying more on its cast than the material to win favor.
Most people know Liam James for his role as Mireille Enos' son on AMC's "The Killing," but Sundance auds will see an entirely different side of the young actor in "The Way, Way Back," a coming-of-age…
There's a lot of foreplay in Mark St. Germain's bio-play about sex educator and media personality Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer, a show receiving its world premiere at Barrington Stage Company's second…
Brazil's economic boom is encouraging local producers to focus on their home market, and Brazilian auds seem to be in the mood to laugh.
Hollywood bio-dram about the demeaning career options for black actresses going back to the 1930s smartly showcases scribe's comic gifts.
A first-year teacher from the city assigned to a one-room schoolhouse in an out-of-the-way Kurdish settlement in Turkey.
A doc of the father-son trek would have proven no less moving than this emotionally contrived drama.