The child of the strangest marriage in the vidgame universe is aborning, with this week's long-in-the-works release of Disney's and Square's "Kingdom Hearts."
This time last year, Iranian director Mohsen Makhmalbaf's film "Kandahar" was one of the few points of reference for politicians and public alike seeking insight into Afghanistan.
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This gloomy essay into the supernatural tries hard to create an intriguing mood in which fate guides the lives of its wounded protagonists, but few will be interested in the outcome. 18 months after…
The title of Mexican auteur Arturo Ripstein's "The Virgin of Lust" may mislead eroticism fans unprepared for this challenging film about an introverted waiter who becomes the slave of a beautiful but…
A docu that skirts its subject in more ways than one, "Rosy-Fingered Dawn: A Film on Terrence Malick" assembles a formidable army of witnesses who offer testimony on the director, but contains not a…
A plucky foundling determines her own fate in "The Little Big Girl," a somber family pic adapted from a favorite Scandinavian children's tale by Cecil Bodker. Second feature (after 1999's "Fast…
Whether 1998 Nobel Prize winner Jose Saramago's complex, ironic, often fantasy-tinged works are filmable remains an open question after "The Stoneraft," a semicomic, semiapocalyptic adventure that…
Would-be muckraking thriller "The Gatekeeper" plunges its uptight and identity-conflicted Mexican-American antihero into the grim underworld of illegal aliens. Actor-turned-director John Carlos Frey…
LONG HONEYMOON "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" will cross the century mark this weekend, 21 weeks after it opened. THat’s an uncommon feat in a marketplace where some pics target $100 million in a…
Russia has pledged a 50% increase in state funds for the country's film industry for 2003 in a bid to jumpstart the production scene.