Sigourney Weaver and Jennifer Love Hewitt have closed deals to play opposite each other, and Kevin Kline has been offered the role of Weaver's love interest, in MGM's comic film noir "Breakers."
An earnest, seemingly authentic but strangely unengaging account of life in a physical therapy center, “Blue Clear Across to America” follows a diverse group of quadriplegics and paraplegics as they…
The sixth in writer-director Richard Hobert's series of films dealing with the Seven Deadly Sins, "Where the Rainbow Ends" is an ambitious drama, with a top-notch cast, that is also partly a musical…
In a unique arrangement reminiscent of 1920s-'40s moviemaking when stables of writers toiled in on-lot bungalows, the Walt Disney Co. has inked exclusive one-year pacts with Ron Anderson, Chad…
A young man suffers a severe case of depression in "Not With a Bang," a carefully made first feature that covers no new ground but provides some mildly amusing satire at the expense of a bourgeois…
The Finns have rediscovered local cinema. In 1999 Finnish features accounted for more than 25% of theatrical admissions, and five domestic titles qualified for the list of top 10 films -- the best…
The most ambitious, high-concept attempt yet to cross over from Italo TV to film, "All the Moron's Men" is the latest in a string of features from alumni of popular Mediaset alternative comedy show…
Reviewed at Fort Lauderdale Film Festival, Nov. 7, 1999. Original title: Arde Amor. Running time: 90 MIN.
Hoping to pump up its underdeveloped action arena, Sony Pictures Entertainment's Columbia Pictures has signed Mace Neufeld to a three-year, first-look production deal.
There are a few good laughs but few surprises in "Next Friday," an amiably unfocused sequel that adheres to the formula established by its surprisingly profitable 1995 predecessor.