The debate boils down to this: Has Miramax gone out of focus both for its founders and for the creative community?
Eduard Cortes' portrayal of a false yuppie, "La vida de nadie" (Nobody's Life), Luis Maria Guell's experimental "Nudos" and Xavier Villaverde's thriller "13 Campanadas" (When the Bell Chimed 13th)…
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While "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" may slavishly adhere to its source novel nearly as much as its predecessor did, it is on every count a better movie than last year's first film…
Tom Rice's "The Rising Place" is an ultra-touchy-feely civil-rights drama as imagined by theme-park organizers, with every character painted in broad strokes in a story that rings false at every…
NOTHING TO RAP ABOUT Rap artists' first films have yet to score with broad auds. Today, Eminem plans to stand up at the B.O. Pic (Artist*) Domestic B.O.**…
Lasse Hallstrom is set to direct "Casanova," the Touchstone period tale of the famed Lothario who learns the meaning of love when he finds a woman immune to his charms.
Steve Martin has another date with Oscar. Gil Cates, producer of the 75th Academy Awards, announced Thursday that Martin has agreed to host the March 23 Oscarcast, marking his sophomore gig as emcee.
"A Confederacy of Dunces" finally has a director. After 22 years in development hell and a high-profile lawsuit between Hollywood heavies, David Gordon Green ("George Washington") has been tapped by…
Wait till next year. That's the outlook for the current versions of federal legislation to fight runaway production. Those efforts look to be headed for the back burner during the upcoming lame-duck…