Gene Hackman has agreed to star in the MGM comedy "Breakers," joining Sigourney Weaver, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Jason Lee in the John Davis-produced film.
There was "Heathers," and then, last year, there was everything from "Cruel Intentions" to "Jawbreaker," but Christina Peters' lame attempt to catch the latest teen-bitches-from-hell wave with "The…
Based on a controversial 1995 bestseller about female vigilantes, "Geography of Fear" is a Finnish film that tries to debate the issue of violence against women and what women can and should do to…
The Directors Guild of America's African-Advisory Steering Committee has elected Paris Barclay, Reginald D. Brown and Michael Schultz as co-chairs.
Reviewed at Berlin Film Festival (Panorama), Feb. 18, 2000. Original title: Zuruck auf los! Running time: 101 MIN.
Graced with good performances and a vivid take on how easy it is for teenagers to go wrong, "Double Parked" pays some dramatic fines for careening rather too freely and abruptly between comedy shtick…
Aself-indulgent Japanese indie that wanders around as much as its leading character, "Kiss Me So Long I Can't Breathe" is an attempt at cross-cultural Asian filmmaking that ends up as totally generic…
While luring Italian moviegoers into theaters during the summer months has long remained a pipedream, the local arm of UIP this year will attempt to counter the warm-weather slump with a strong slate…
Obscurely symbolic and dramatically inert, Roberto Petrocchi's "The Shadow of the Giant" is a tepid period piece that meshes elements of folk tales and Gothic romances, with indifferent results…
A triptych of short stories about life in a large city in equatorial Africa, "Fragments of Life" is a solid example of the kind of Third World cinema important to many fest programmers. Well made and…