"Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace" has blasted past the $300 million mark overseas, making the prequel the 11th most successful grosser of all time outside North America.
Solid performances are undermined by an unfocused script and direction in "The Darkest Light," a kind of updated, pre-millennium version of "Whistle Down the Wind" with everything but the kitchen…
Breaking seasonal records in a period when late-summer temperatures continue to keep Italian moviegoers at the beach and out of theaters, Universal Intl. Pictures' launch of "The Mummy" over the…
The obvious difficulties in making an action thriller out of Jeffery Deaver's best-selling fiction "The Bone Collector" --which pivots on a paralyzed protagonist's solving a serial murder case while…
Danish director Soren Kragh-Jacobsen's love story "Mifune" was awarded the Nordic Amanda, the Nordic territories highest film prize Saturday at a ceremony that wrapped the 27th edition of the…
"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…
Two lawsuits have been filed in the wake of the sudden cancellation of Dave Thomas' sequel to his 1983 pic "Strange Brew."
An easygoing kitchen-sink comedy with an unsettling final act, "A Room for Romeo Brass" reps a quantum leap for rising Brit director Shane Meadows ("TwentyFourSeven") in both texture and…
Various lives intersect with results yet to be determined in "1999 Madeleine," first in a series of 10 movies (one a year for the next decade) by director Laurent Bouhnik that by 2009 will have built…
The Los Angeles Independent Film Festival has appointed Richard Raddon its director and tapped Sundance press officer R.J. Millard director of marketing/publicity.