In what may be its most controversial list yet, the American Film Institute's next CBS special will count down the 100 funniest films of the century.
A romantic comedy with a clever spin, "The Big Split" is an appealing charmer that makes light of hasty weddings and hastier divorces.
The British Board of Film Classification has demanded cuts in David Fincher's "Fight Club" for its U.K. theatrical release.
Helkon Media has signed a three-year deal with Columbia TriStar Home Video to distribute the U.S. company's current and upcoming video, DVD and CD-ROM releases in the German-speaking territories.
Citing the success of German TV programming, Alexander van Dulmen, managing director of Kinowelt Intl., said it is possible for the country's film industry to destroy the dominance of American movies…
Veteran stunt director Michael Sarna will make his directorial debut with the action-adventure film "Doomsdayer."
A paucity of hot new releases took some of the sheen off the overseas B.O. at the weekend, although "The Sixth Sense's" continued winning run plus dandy debuts by "Blue Streak" and "Big Daddy"…
Brian Helgeland on Monday signed a $5 million deal with Columbia Pictures for "A Knight's Tale." The scribe will helm and co-produce (with partner Tim Van Rellim) the pic, though insiders said much…
Reviewed at Sarajevo Film Festival (New Currents), Aug. 23, 1999. Running time: 97 MIN.
Best-feature nominations for the European Film Awards include Roger Michell's "Notting Hill," Pedro Almodovar's "All About My Mother" and Tim Roth's "The War Zone."
Five years since "Pulp Fiction," and the children of Tarentino keep on coming. But with its overemphasis on dialogue and almost no action, this talky, static misfire won't go anywhere. Even brief…