Elephant Juice" is as phony as a three-dollar bill --- and about as worthless. A London-set relationships ensembler that desperately wants to be hip and penetrating at the same time, this first…
Touchstone/Spyglass's "The Sixth Sense" led the box office for the fourth straight week and propelled the weekend frame to a pre-Labor Day high, almost doubling the B.O. of its closest competitor…
Reviewed at Locarno Film Festival (competing), Aug. 6, 1999. Original title: Ucuncu sayfa. Running time: 94 MIN.
A contentious on-the-road reunion ends with a reaffirmation of family values in the unremarkable but engaging "My American Vacation," which should find its most receptive audience on cable.
Screen Gems, the new division at Sony, has partnered with Palm Pictures on the marketing and distribution of James Toback's "Black and White."
Rising British thesp Samantha Morton ("Under the Skin") provides the heart and soul of "Dreaming of Joseph Lees," a small-scale period meller, almost European in flavor, about a young woman's…
Warner Bros. has hailed down "Taxi Dog," with Robin Williams attached to topline and produce. "Taxi" is based on a series of picture books penned by Debra and Sal Barracca for Dial Press. Pic tells…
Screenplay, Sai, Chong Wi Shing, based on the novel by Eiki Matayoshi. Camera (color) Yasushi Sasakibara; editor, Kakesu Shuichi; music, Wataru Okuma. Reviewed at Locarno Film Festival (competing)…
An original new talent is introduced with "Moonlight Whispers," an offbeat study of the adult games that men and women play filtered through the actions of two seemingly innocent Japanese school…
Swedish film and distribution giant Svensk Filmindustri (SF) will move its headquarters back to Gamla Filmstaden, the site of the 80-year-old company's original film studios.
Starting like a kidpic but slowly developing layers of depth and resonance, "Don't Look Back" is further proof of an interesting new talent in writer-director Akihiko Shiota. This one is too modest…