The idea of vampires having their own 12-step recovery program is a limited one, so it's to the credit of "Vampires Anonymous" that this horror comedy remains watchable. Debut for…
A first day on the job proves more than just a little stressful for "New Guy" in writer-helmer Bilge Ebiri's debut feature. Digitally shot effort gradually moves from cubicle comedics a la "Office…
A pleasant enough ensembler about quirky young people fighting to realize their dreams, "Kiss and Run" has a sunny disposition, but too often seems to be jogging in place. Fests, distribs and cablers…
A sportswriter's 38th birthday party provides the occasion for a portrait of a generation of middle-class Argentineans who have drifted into disillusionment and bitterness. Unfortunately, "El…
Sporting noteworthy production values, sumptuous Czech-Slovak fairytale "The Devil Knows Why" reps a top-of-the-line entry in a distinctly Euro genre. Kiddiefests will sell souls for this one, though…
The show will go on. The Oscar show, that is. But there won't be the red carpet treatment for celebs, or bleachers for screaming fans. And the paparazzi may be banished to the sidelines.
Three films from producer Domenico Procacci notched a record 25 nominations at Italy's most important film event, the 2003 David di Donatello Awards, announced Tuesday.
Paul Simon and Susan Sarandon will appear on the 75th-anniversary Academy Awards telecast.
Fun and politics make uneasy bedfellows in "They've Got Knut," a comedy of manners about a group of German comrades thrown together in a ski chalet in the early '80s. Though the characters and their…
It was all trailers and no movie for the aud at the Golden Trailer Awards Thursday night at the Orpheum Theater. Cheeky HBO talkshow front man Dennis Miller hosted the energetic and playful kudofest…
The stars came out on Sunday to celebrate those behind the screen that make them look good onscreen.