If it were any worse, it might qualify as self-parody. But "Sand Trap" is a goof, not a spoof, and it manages to be ludicrous while remaining essentially humorless. This sub-par erotic thriller is…
Intermittently amusing post-"Clerks" effort displays some talent in the writing and thesping departments, even if tale of barkeeps and kitchen staff is finally too undeveloped to make a serious…
"Red Corner" is a half-engrossing, half-implausible political meller about an American caught in the crossfire between reactionary and modern-thinking factions in contemporary China.
Unusual docu takes a spiritual bent, combining human-interest saga with colorful interpretive touches for a travelogue --- up the Ganges River to the lower Himalayas --- that most auds will connect…
Thesp Michael O'Keefe debuts as a helmer with "Raising the Ashes." Documenting a five-day interfaith retreat at Auschwitz, pic applies little fresh insight or artistry to subject's exploration. It…
Merge "Ruby in Paradise" with "The Birdcage," subtract the talent, and you have "Always Something Better," a trifling low-budget indie filmed in and around Miami's South Beach.
Poppy Montgomery is joining Diane Keaton and Juliette Lewis in "The Other Sister," the Garry Marshall-directed film at Touchstone for producers David Hoberman and Alex Rose.
Thursday proved a frustrating day for Playa Vista developers.
Def Pictures and Polygram Filmed Entertainment have acquired Nicholas Brandt and Bridget Blake-Wilson's adaptation of Octavia E. Butler's sci-fi novel "Kindred" for mid-six figures.
An abandoned film depot in Pico Rivera provided some thrills for collectors of motion picture prints this summer and a scare for the MPAA after the shipping company National Film Service folded one…
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures