Extending an attenuated line of how-to-hide-the-corpse farces from "Arsenic & Old Lace" through "Very Bad Things," the German "3 Chinamen With a Double Bass" throws some very familiar soil in the air…
"Risotto" reps three times lucky for Greek writer-director Olga Malea, whose previous work -- "The Cow's Orgasm" (1997) and "The Mating Game" (1999) -- were also local B.O. hits. Her latest outing…
A feelgood movie about a young couple and their problems having a baby, "Making Babies" is a small, enjoyable film made with obvious love by all involved. Most worked on the successful TV series "The…
HBO will turn the life of Jackie Gleason into "The Great One," a film to be directed by Pete Segal ("The Nutty Professor II: The Klumps"). "The Sopranos" writer-producer Terry Winter is penning the…
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