Fran Drescher has joined the cast of "Picking Up the Pieces," an indie ensemble pic being pieced together with sizable names.
Hushabye Mountain" isn't the first Jonathan Harvey play to need severe editing, but neither is it the first to display an invaluable authorial strength that can't be edited out: genuine heart. For…
Intriguing but unsatisfying, "Rat Race" recalls the grimy futuristic visions of Godard's "Alphaville" and Von Trier's "The Element of Crime," to occasionally striking effect. But murky story…
Enjoying a greenlight on its first feature production with the Mafioso comedy "The Crew," Sonnenfeld/Josephson Worldwide Entertainment has reshuffled its ranks with the exit of Caroline Andoscia and…
Part portrait of merging cultures, part investigation of the parameters of family loyalty, "Chutney Popcorn" is many things, the most important of which is a very good comedy. The freshman feature…
AKafkaesque fantasy warmed by loopy humor and a luminous lead perf, tyro feature helmer Andrey Slabakov's "Wagner" delights for some time --- though this seriocomic whimsy goes on too long and ends…
Produced, directed, written, edited by Mike Hoolboom. Reviewed at San Francisco Film Festival, April 25, 1999. Running time: 71 MIN.
John Turturro has signed on to play the lead role in Canadian helmer Arto Paragamian's sophomore feature, "Two Thousand and None," which began lensing in Montreal last week.
Reviewed at San Francisco Film Festival, April 28, 1999. Running time: 63 MIN.
"I don't believe in fairy tales and hokum," the heroine of "The Mummy" exclaims a short way into the proceedings. If not, then she most certainly would not believe -- or like -- the very movie she's…