Period drama "Seraphin, un homme et son peche" (Seraphin: Heart of Stone) has passed 1997 hockey comedy "Les Boys" to become Quebec's top-grossing homegrown film.
DVD sales overtook VHS for the first time in Blighty last year, as total sales rose 26% to 153.6 million units.
George Clooney has never been to the Oscars. If his minimalistic performance in "Solaris" strikes the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences voters the way it has some critics, he might just have…
Shedding her sultry image from pics like "54," "Wild Wild West" and "Desperado," Salma Hayek courageously embarked on what could have been career suicide -- a biopic about an artist and icon…
For most actors, when Steven Spielberg calls, you jump. Not so with Samantha Morton, the British actress best known in America for her nonspeaking Oscar-nominated role in "Sweet and Lowdown."
Moviegoers accustomed to Adam Sandler's usual bigscreen one-two punch of repressed anger and broad schtick may have been surprised by his more serious turn as Barry Egan in "Punch-Drunk Love." He…
As juvenile delinquents go, Leonardo DiCaprio is twice as convincing as anyone out there. In Martin Scorsese's "Gangs of New York," DiCaprio plays Amsterdam Vallon, the orphaned son of a slain Irish…
Casting arthouse veteran Emily Watson opposite the "Waterboy" himself, Adam Sandler, may seem an unlikely combination, but it was the peculiar pairing that energized Watson for her role in Paul…
Despite what the so-called experts predict, there's always a Javier Bardem or Massimo Troisi in the mix. The stars of "Before Night Falls" and "Il Postino" weren't given much chance of landing lead…
"Gangs of New York" is wrapped in conflict. In the mid-19th-century epic, cultures, criminals and politicians face off in the grimy Five Points section of Gotham, ending with a gory draft riot that…