The mild charm of a comic fable about contempo Catholic monks is offset by the hokey approach taken in "Blessed Art Thou." Writer-director Tim Disney's first feature has some pertinent things to say…
Fueled by the success of "Eyes Wide Shut" and "The Matrix," Warner Bros. Distribution Japan will receive Japan's Minister of Intl. Trade and Industry Award for best motion picture…
The fashion world seems ripe with possibilities for a good biting satire, but , with the exception of a few entertaining moments, Michael Lange's "Intern" offers a disappointingly flat and familiar…
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.
Co-producers, Martin Fink, Richard E. Johnson.
Producers, Wong Kar-wai, Yokichi Osato, Jacky Pang, Akira Morishita. Executive producer, Chan Ye-cheng.
An unusually interesting documentary, "Night Service Station" focuses an unblinking camera on the nighttime customers and staff of a gas station and general store in a provincial town during the 1998…
Screenplays, Yao-ting Wen, Jing-jie Lin, Ying-yu Chan. Camera (color), Ming-guo Lin, Wen-chung Sung; editors, Hsiao-dong Chen, Chen-ching Lei; music, Jie-ren Cheng, Shen Hu, Huan-fu Yu; production…
A combo of Oscar-nominated films that aren't drawing crowds -- and a dearth of potent releases -- resulted in blah business in most of Europe last week, except for France, where two local heroes and…
Reviewed at AMC Kabuki 8, San Francisco, March 1, 2000. (In S.F. Asian-American Film Festival; also in Toronto Film Festival.) Running time: 89 MIN.
Produced by Richard Salvatore, Carmen M. Miller. Executive producers, Willi Baer, Marc Sferrazza. Co-producers, David E. Ornston, Joey Travolta, Gary Goldstein, David Franco.