Paul Greengrass' kinetic docudrama always impresses without ever connecting emotionally in quite the same way as his previous verite efforts.
Which Way Is the Front Line from Here?
This uniquely intertwined dual portrait of a country music icon and his Jewish-Canadian promoter should attract a diverse audience.
ESPN has exited a long-running investigation into the response of the National Football League to various head injuries suffered over the years by its players that the sports-cable network was…
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The Maze Runner1Daily:$7.8M Cumulative:$32.5M Fox -42.23%
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A Walk Among the Tombstones2Daily:$2.9M Cumulative:$12.8M Universal Pictures -42.27%
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This Is Where I Leave You3Daily:$2.7M Cumulative:$11.6M Warner Brothers -44.36%
Isn't “Love's Labour's Lost” about Berowne and Rosaline, those intelligent, articulate lovers who carry on a fierce flirtation via a battle of wit and words? Not in the version that Alex Timbers…
Producers Michael Matthews and Sean Drummond are bringing the West to South Africa with their film "Five Fingers for Marseilles." Directed by Matthews and written by Drummond, the gritty…
Two news programs concern themselves with justice Tuesday night, and the one people are less likely to watch is clearly the more worthy and extraordinary. A PBS “Frontline” production, “Outlawed in…
In the past five years, the role of the agent, and the business of running a sizable agency, has been buffeted by monumental changes, spurred by seismic shifts in the broader entertainment landscape.
HBO screened "Which Way Is the Front Line from Here?," about the life and death of war photographer Tim Hetherington, at the cabler's 6th Avenue headquarters in Gotham where James Gandolfini made a…
Review: 'TV Reviews: CNN's 'Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown,' HBO's 'The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington''
One of the more disappointing attitudes stoked by the recent political culture has been a quadrant virtually devoted to closed-mindedness and exhibiting little interest in what's happening beyond…
Sebastian Junger's docu "Which Way Is the Front Line From Here?" offers a moving requiem for his "Restrepo" co-director, the late photojournalist and filmmaker Tim Hetherington.