Comic-book fans have an understandable fear of not being taken seriously, particularly when it comes to a signature character like Batman, who has been subjected to no end of camp treatment and abuse…
Scant months before John F. Kennedy's death, Warner Bros. released a movie that may not be all that memorable on the screen, but certainly was remarkable in the making.
MADRID — U.S. director Josef Wladyka is advancing in post-production on his feature film debut, "Manos sucias," a groundbreaking U.S.-Colombian production which has drawn both inspiration and…
The latest in a line of documentaries decrying the destruction of viable working-class businesses and residential neighborhoods in Brooklyn, Su Friedrich's film bypasses sadness and indignation for…
Submarine Entertainment and Dakota Group are launching Torpedo Pictures, a fund and label to develop, finance, produce, and distribute a slate of low-budget, high-concept films in the sci -fi, horror…
A fiercely guarded private life and a small but arguably brilliant body of work have made Terrence Malick something of an enigma within an industry that usually demands exhaustive dissection.
Judging by box office, the visual effects Oscar race focuses on one of the most popular aspects of movies.
Unleashing Robin Williams in the least flattering possible manner, "License to Wed" squanders the modest chemistry between its appealing central couple -- Mandy Moore and "The Office's" John…
"This Film Is Not Yet Rated" constitutes a ballsy expose of the notoriously secretive methods of the Motion Picture Assn. of America's ratings board; the guerrilla enterprise takes, and provokes…
Gotham's Offline Entertainment Group has hauled in theatrical rights to a WWII seafaring yarn about folk singers Woody Guthrie and Cisco Houston's stints in the Merchant Marine.
The torpedoes, missiles and testosterone levels all are on red alert in "Crimson Tide," the latest exercise in high-tech macho from director Tony Scott and producers Don Simpson and Jerry…