Charismatic leads, snazzy visuals and a pleasingly unpredictable plot are among the chief selling points of "Forces of Nature," an extremely enjoyable neo-screwball comedy about attractive opposites…
With the Oscars just a week away, the battle cries are getting louder. "Saving Private Ryan" charged through Saturday night's 49th annual American Cinema Editors awards, bagging top nods for best…
Though she died in poverty with most of her books out of print, Zora Neale Hurston has been lately receiving her posthumous due. Her fiction back in bookstores, and many of her works have been…
Right about now, as the song goes, DJ Norman Cook of Brighton, England, is the toast of the club and dance music world.
Andy Garcia will be a presenter at the Academy Awards. This will be his second appearance on a Oscar telecast.
In 1550, alarmed by reports of cruel treatment meted out to natives in Spain's South American colonies, the Vatican organized a debate in Valladolid, Spain. The theme was whether Indians should be…
The struggles of individuals to rise above their profound weaknesses and those of the society they've created receive absorbingly dramatic treatment in "True Crime." A capital-punishment yarn that is…
While "Shakespeare in Love" and "Payback" hogged the limelight at the foreign box office, "You've Got Mail," "Armageddon" and "A Bug's Life" reached big milestones.
The notion of 15 minutes of fame gets another workout in "EDtv," a reasonably amusing look at a young man whose life becomes a popular TV show. The big question mark hanging over the project is…
Wallis Nicita ("Six Days, Seven Nights") will produce the contempo romance "Cuba and the Night" for Pacifica Entertainment.
Moving back to the theater where it all began and involving two of the original cast, "The Drawer Boy" neatly holds up a window to Canadian theatrical history with an affectionate look back at…