Riding the crest of the indie ethnic wedding pic wave, Vanessa Parise's crowd-pleasing and defiantly old-fashioned espousal of traditional values is less a celebration of warm, touchy-feely Italian…
After his ambitious, sometimes flawed, series of films on the seven deadly sins, writer-helmer Richard Hobert focuses on divorce in "Everyone Loves Alice." More of a chamber piece than Hobert's…
An art movie that never manages to hold the balance between the sublime and the ridiculous, "Music for Weddings and Funerals" ends up sunk by its own pretensions. A drama about a writer facing an…
"NTV-1" is a sly and shamelessly self-promoting comedy that blends documentary and restaged elements to show the misadventures of a bunch of young California guys conning their way across Europe. Pic…
As a made-for-TV survey of the decades-long U.S.-Soviet global conflict, "The Cold War and Beyond" plods along dully, particularly when compared to the similarly onceived but considerably more…
Mopey and overlong period piece that suggests stodgy PBS and BBC literary adaptations, Frank Van Passel's "Villa Des Roses" is yet another complicated, mostly English-lingo international coproduction…
In a deal worth $1.8 million against $3 million, Columbia Pictures has purchased "RPM," a high-octane spec script by Joel Wyman.
Ed Decter will direct "The Moguls," the first title that Newmarket Films will wholly finance and produce for its new distribution company.
Shannyn Sossamon has been tapped for the femme lead in New Line Cinema's "The Other Side of Simple."
Journalist Anna David will pen a modern-day version of RKO's 1938 romantic comedy "Affairs of Annabel."
Producer David Permut and Constantin Films have teamed with Rob Schneider to develop the comedy "Blind Sided" as a vehicle for Schneider to star.