A briskly-paced, well-crafted crime drama, "Red Passport" attests to the vitality of the N.Y. Latino film scene. Although pic is atypically rooted in classical Hollywood genre conventions, its…
Confessed "Rawhide" and John Ford junkies both, Dutch documentarians Peter Delpeut and Mart Dominicus get their fix with "Go West, Young Man!," an outsiders' loving tribute to the American West and…
Pop-music history comes to sparkling life in "Stormy Weather," a panoramic view of the life and deathless compositions of Harold Arlen, whose name is still much less known than his music.
Sure to stir the indignation over the Himalayan country's plight, "Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion" functions better as an educational and agitprop film than the sort of artistically daring, personally…
The Walt Disney Co. is going shopping at Neiman Marcus with Steve Martin. Disney has picked up "Shopgirl," based on Martin's novella, in turnaround from Lakeshore Entertainment and will fully finance…
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"About Schmidt" and "The Hours" nabbed top honors Thursday at the fourth annual Golden Trailer Awards, for best comedy and best drama respectively.
BANKING ON THE KIDS Even though many schools won’t be out for spring break until late April, MGM is expecting moppets to line up for "Agent Cody Banks" in a fashion similar to the late-March…
While undeniably naive, "Cradlesong" weaves an unusual spell by taking the viewer into the everyday lives of young people on an Ojibway reservation by Whitefish Lake, in northern Ontario, where…
As if proof was needed that politicos are pretty much the same everywhere, helmer Andreas Dresen's drily funny docu "Vote for Henryk!" follows plucky grassroots campaign of earnest yet geeky 2002…