An uneven but exuberantly anarchic comedy homage to the spaghetti Western, "800 Bullets" reps writer-director Alex de la Iglesia's best work since his groundbreaking "Day of the Beast" (1995).
A sly relationship comedy with universal appeal set against a backdrop of the chess-like game of shogi, "A Woman's Work" tackles the daily struggle for male-female equality with considerable humor.
At age 3, during his happy childhood in Oran, Algeria, Yves Saint Laurent advised an aunt to change her dress -- and she did. That sure, precocious eye is deftly put into context in "Yves Saint…
Universal/Imagine's Eminem starrer "8 Mile" astonished even its own distributors by soaring to No. 1 this weekend with $54.5 million in estimated box office, as curious older adults complemented huge…
Dutch films, for the second year in a row, and somewhat unexpectedly, are set to take close to 10% of the domestic box office this year.
With strings of Bollywood flops in tow and the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan about to start, Indian exhibitors have decided to opt for Hollywood fare for their Diwali season.
The 69th Mifed (Nov. 3 to 7) appears to have taken the heat out of the embryonic campaign for a fall American Film Market by putting on a competent show this year.
The majority of cinema operators failed to reap big enough rewards from an eight-week $3.20 ticket promotion in September and October to extend it.
It's year two at Hogwarts for Warners' "Harry Potter" pics, and the studio is hoping that a more mature wizard can conjure B.O. magic with both kids and older auds.
Innovative marketing and the development of black auds is helping Ster-Kinekor, South Africa's biggest exhibitor, decrease its dependency on content and bring people back to the cinema.
Studio production pacts have left the ICU and are in stable condition. Between 1998 and February 2002, the Hollywood majors on average slashed producing pacts by an astonishing 30%. Now things are…