Showbiz dreams and political commentary mix harmoniously in this entertaining documentary about the first all-girl pop group to emerge from Burma.
A critical digest of the week’s latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. The Internship Distributor: 20th Century Fox "Google Crashers" must have…
This first proper film adaptation of a Judy Blume novel is effectively tailored to a very specific target viewer.
The Weinstein Company has picked up U.S. rights for “Carol,” which Todd Haynes will helm. Phyllis Nagy's adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's novel will star Cate Blanchett and Mia Wasikowska. Pic is…
A federal jury in Seattle has rejected an actress’ claim that IMDb breached a contract with her by posting her age on the site and refusing to remove it at her request. Junie Hoang had claimed that…
Harvey Keitel, Brenda Blethyn, Ellen Burstyn and Luis Guzman will star opposite Forest Whitaker in indie drama “Enemy Way.” Tessalit Productions is producing. Rachid Bouchareb is directing from a…
Freestyle Releasing and Freestyle Digital Media have acquired domestic theatrical and VOD rights to the feature adaptation of Judy Blume’s young adult novel “Tiger Eyes.” Project is a co-production…
Maureen Dragone, a journalist and member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. whose mother, Nora Laing, was one of the founding members of the HFPA, died Feb. 8. She was 93.
A very Gallic kind of moody character drama, "Crawl" treads familiar waters in depicting a hesitant romance between two loners as contrasted with another couple's marital woes in a cash-strapped…
An eminently watchable curiosity, "Goodbye Morocco" is a film noir set in contempo Tangier, written and smoothly helmed by Nadir Mokneche ("Viva Laldjerie").
The technology sector lures many Hollywood investors, but also carries risks