In "Marthe," humanist helmer Jean-Loup Hubert (best known for "Le Grand Chemin") expresses his disgust at the Great War's wastefulness, and in the process delivers an overlong examination of passion…
The A list of execs and artists from film, TV and music attended the Neil Bogart Memorial Fund's dinner honoring record producer David Foster.
Special effects wizard Stan Winston and DreamWorks have made a deal for Ben Schwartz's script "Hell Bent," which Winston will direct. The deal was in the low six figures.
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Arguing in part that local lensing of action pics could significantly be affected, a group of firearms dealers has filed a lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles, seeking to overturn an ordinance…
Aphilosophical comedy with serious religious overtones about God, Lucifer and John Wayne, this new epic from Portuguese director Joao Cesar Monteiro is as wildly original as his previous movies. Pic…
It was the weekend of "The Jackal" at the domestic box office as Universal and Mutual Film Co.'s Bruce Willis/Richard Gere starrer picked off a sturdy $15.6 million, the studio's highest non-holiday…
All of director John Badham's well-honed technique can't disguise the hollowness at the center of "Incognito," a wannabe romantic thriller set in picture-postcard Europe that's short on romance and…
Amiable latenight trash features name actors --- led by a game Dennis Hopper --- in a rollicking spoof of both sci-fi and "They Drive by Night" genres. The blend doesn't always work, but cast has…
A two-handed chamber drama in the tradition of "The Collector" and "Misery," "Barracuda" announces a noteworthy talent in multi-skilled Philippe Haim, making his feature debut as a director. Creepy…