In North America, children's author Astrid Lindgren (who had more than 60 films and TV shows adapted from her work before her death last year) is best known for creating the irrepressible Pippi…
Former sex-kitten Eleonora Giorgi makes her writing-directing debut "Love, Lies, Kids & Dogs," akin to spending your vacation with a stranger's bickering family. As heavy-handed as the title…
The formally elegant "Fu Bo" takes a stylish, meditative and sometimes grisly look at the role of death among the living, although co-helmers Wong Ching-Po and Lee Kung-Lok can't resist throwing lots…
A metal drafting triangle is the novel murder weapon in helmer-scripter Pierfrancesco Campanella's unfocused comedy-thriller, "Nasty Inclinations," in which the kooky residents of a building seem…
The vow "Till death do us part" is stretched beyond its limits in helmer Alessandro di Robilant's "Forever," an elegant but unsatisfactory study of the power of love. Film boasts a terrific cast and…
Comedy veteran Paolo Virzi brings a light helming touch to a story with a lot to say about contemporary Italy in "Caterina Goes to Town," his first film for go-getter production house Cattleya. A…
Understanding when to keep a camera still is just as important as knowing when to move it: Unfortunately, tracking shots and odd angles pile up in an exhausting manner in helmer Emanuela Piovano's…
Miramax/Dimension's horror spoof "Scary Movie 3" repeated atop the box office this weekend, grossing an estimated $21.1 million despite a frightful 56% plunge from opening-frame grosses.
You rooted for her in Tom Sizemore's abuse trial! You feared her in her pandering trial! Now, prepare to be really scared.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's new career in politics is giving his old films a new lease on life back home.
After an intense month of announcements, arguments and amendments, one weary studio exec sighed to Variety, "What more is there to say about screeners?"