HONG KONG — South Korean auteur Kim Ki-duk has won his battle to have his new film "Moebius" released in Korean theaters, but only after a third appeal to the country's censors and three minutes of…
Accepting a lifetime achievement award at Karlovy Vary doesn't mean Oliver Stone is now resting on his laurels. "On the contrary, it's spurring me on creatively," says the director.
Initially, Lez Brotherston's grand, gothic design outdoes the drama but Bourne's more dynamic and dangerous second half creates dance for the "Twilight" generation.
Ad exec Deborah Riley Draper's film debut is plenty appealing in description. In execution, however, its near-exclusive reliance on vintage photos and latter-day talking heads grows monotonous…
Christopher Plummer's virtuosity and ability to command a stage have never seemed more secure in "A Word or Two," his current one-man show at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.
A Montana couple raising a canus lupus in captivity is chronicled in docu "True Wolf," which offers rather hazy argument in favor of reintroducing the species into areas where it's long been hunted…
If the AIDS crisis has crested, it's due in large part to the radical advocacy group so intelligently portrayed in "United in Anger: A History of ACT UP," a documentary that could have been a lot…
Long languishing on the list of not-quite-great musicals, the "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" tuner surprisingly gleams here with the brilliance of a 40-carat Tiffany stone.
With stronger-than-anticipated tracking for Sony's "The Vow," 20th Century Fox has repositioned romantic comedy "This Means War" to have a single-screening sneak at approximately 2,500 locations on…
One person's goofball lark is another person's grand obsession in "Wet Dreams," a loose, self-consciously post-modern documentary about how Rebecca Romijn and pal Steve Willis choreographed the…