Thomas Sadoski is in negotiations to co-star with Reese Witherspoon in Fox Searchlight’s “Wild.” “Dallas Buyers Club” helmer Jean-Marc Vallee is helming the pic. Pic is based on the Cheryl Strayed…
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The sins of parents and teachers are visited on their progeny and students in "The Wild Children," a largely subtle, compassionate and perceptive take on bad education affecting a trio of Catalan…
Kneehigh is back in top form with this stunningly intelligent dance and musical theater version of a Grimm's fairytale.
Imagine "Survivor" and "The Bachelor" having a dimwitted child, and you're close to capturing "Love in the Wild," NBC's stab at a dating show/travelogue.
Lacking any other references to Ingmar Bergman apart from its title, Chinese meller "The Wild Strawberries" is a moving portrait of a clash between Maoist bureaucracy and an illicit love affair.
"The Practice of the Wild" traces the career of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gary Snyder through major literary and social movements of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Fleet of foot, emotionally attuned to its subject and instinctively faithful to its source.
The fantasy world of medieval re-enactment has its "Straw Dogs" in this comedy-turned-thriller.
3-D indie "Call of the Wild" loses focus (literally) but gets by on its good-hearted demeanor and a gently sweet turn by white-bearded Christopher Lloyd as the heroine's protective gramps.