A grotesque grab bag of trattoria diners, repping a cross-section of Italian society, eats its way through Ettore Scola's "The Dinner," a relaxing, well-oiled comedy with little to digest. Missing…
The late Paul Jarrico -- renowned for fighting Hollywood's blacklist and its aftermath -- will be the posthumous recipient of the Writers Guild of America's Lt. Robert Meltzer Award.
Musical numbers: "A World of Possibilities," "Just So," "Another Tempest," "There's No Harm in Asking," "The Limpopo River," "Living on This Island," "Thick Skin," "The Parsee Cake Cake Walk," "The…
A breezy romantic comedy that grows progressively darker as it investigates the perils of possessiveness and jealousy in a relationship, "That's It" marks a confident move into features for TV and…
John Lynch is playing Irish soccer legend George Best in a biopic, directed by Mary McGuckian, which started shooting last week.
Although it faces tough sledding in a crowded market of family-friendly features, "Jack Frost" is a slickly packaged and engagingly sentimental fantasy-comedy that stands out as one of the season's…
Amodest but heartfelt character portrait of lives that have slipped toward the ladder's sordid lower rungs, "Taxi Dancer" treads familiar ground with a refreshing integrity and lack of manipulation…
Twentieth Century Fox Intl. is negotiating to begin distributing its own movies in Japan sometime next year, the company said Friday.
Musical numbers: "Opening: Into the Woods," "Cinderella at the Grave," "Hello , Little Girl," "I Guess This Is Goodbye," "Maybe They're Magic," "Baker's Reprise," "I Know Things Now," "A Very Nice…
Friendship and good intentions --- and how they can lead to bad ends --- inform this adaptation of Rohinton Mistry's sprawling novel "Such a Long Journey." Set in Bombay in 1971, the film falls short…
An exuberant Roberto Benigni took home acting and directing nods for "Life Is Beautiful" at the European Film Awards Friday in London.