Idris Elba gives a towering performance in this otherwise stolid CliffsNotes account of Nelson Mandela's life.
"It's about finding a comfort zone. I guess I'm just more comfortable being other people than I am being myself."
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ava DuVernay and Paul Feig are among the 276 new members invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
Foreign-lingo pix examine oppression in myriad ways
Chilean Pablo Larrain's ''No,'' the first investment by Jeff Skoll's Participant Media in a foreign-language film, swept the top Art Cinema Award at Cannes' 44th Directors' Fortnight.
After "Tony Manero" and "Post Mortem," his devastating portraits of the Pinochet regime, Chilean helmer Pablo Larrain satisfyingly completes the trilogy with an affirmative victory for democracy in…
Gael Garcia Bernal will play an ad exec who changes the course of history in "No," a political satire from Chilean helmer Pablo Larrain, ("Tony Manero," "Post Mortem").
Palm Springs Film Festival highlights
Heddy Honigmann's "El Olvido," Christian Poveda's "La Vida loca" and Enrique Rivero's "Parque Via" will screen at San Sebastian's Horizontes Latinos panorama of contempo Latin America movie-making.
Sophomore feature 'Tony Manero' by Chilean helmer Pablo Larrain continually intrigues as tone constantly shifts about, in line with unexpected plot twists.
If Tony Manero can make it in New York City in "Saturday Night Fever," then so can Violet Sanford in "Coyote Ugly," the latest and most calculated re-do on the formulaic fantasy of an innocent…
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