It's not uncommon for performers to be miscast, as at least two of the four principals are in the new West End revival of "Antigone," adapted and directed by Declan Donnellan. But I can't quickly…
"The Iron Giant" was the giant winner at the 27th Annie Awards, in which the Intl. Animated Film Society honors toon achievement in TV, film, commercials, homevideo and interactive production.
You don't have to know and love Buster Keaton's inspired 1925 farce "Seven Chances" to dislike the modern remake "The Bachelor," although it certainly doesn't hurt. A remarkably mirthless and inept…
A serial killer leaves grisly clues in the carnage. A nubile cop tracks him through the underbelly of Manhattan. Her paralyzed colleague strains to stop the murder spree from his hospital bed.
Cranked up in high "AbFab" style, Joanna Lumley walks off with the few honors available in "Mad Cows," an occasionally entertaining but hopelessly jumbled attempt to translate Aussie-born Kathy…
A solidly crafted, poignantly acted drama based on a real-life case, "The Thief of Saint Lubin" deals with universal issues of poverty and injustice. A powerful performance from Dominique Blanc as a…
A fascinating portrait of acclaimed larger-than-life gypsy singer Vera Bila, "Black and White in Color" is a fine, gripping study of artistic pride and ethnic intolerance. Though its subject matter…
Miramax has signed scribe Robert Nelson Jacobs to a multipicture deal.
Reviewed at Vancouver Film Festival, Sept. 25, 1999. Running time: 150 MIN.
Gotham-based specialized distrib Cowboy Booking Intl. has announced the films for its initial calendar series at the Screening Room in Tribeca. The first to unspool at the venue's newly built second…
In "Just One Time," his likable feature directorial debut, Lane Janger continues to develop a trend he helped initiate as producer of "I Think I Do" --- namely, to construct a romantic comedy that…