Italy's experience in WWII spawned a number of painful episodes, among them the losses chronicled in "El Alamein: The Line of Fire." While Enzo Monteleone's feature seems to move in circles, the…
"Aftermath: The Remnants of War" is a critique of war's by-products and war itself. Canadian docu, based on Donovan Webster's book, bolsters no political agenda, but instead observes what has…
Litigation between the new owner of exhib Loews Cineplex Entertainment and two companies that provide online ticket sale services has been resolved.
"Interstate 60" reaches for a fresh spin on magic realism and comes up with very little. Director Bob Gale tries to replay "Back to the Future's" gee-whiz elements, but almost nothing about pic's…
One of those inspirational true stories about a youth who overcomes daunting obstacles to become a sports hero, "Swimming Upstream" is distinguished by some unusually fine performances, but the lack…
Larry Cano wants to be a monkey's uncle -- or, at the very least, his good friend.
AFI Fest 2002 has added a midnight screening of Nicolas Cage's directorial debut, "Sonny," on Friday at ArcLight Hollywood.
"Tattoo: A Love Story" is featherweight romantic fluff made memorable by Virgil Mignanelli's smashing lead performance. A relative newcomer, Mignanelli infuses helmer Richard W. Bean's film with a…
"Horse Fever: The Mandrake Sting" is a grass-roots comedy sequel from Carlo and Enrico Vanzina that resurrects characters from a 1976 cult hit directed by the brothers' father. The romp will lure…
An oddball chamber piece set at Harvard, "Alma Mater" centers around a middle-aged gay professor, his clueless wife and his lover/teaching assistant. Uneven execution, amateurish thesping and a…