Yet another look at twentysomethings shading uneasily into their thirties and wondering why life just hasn't been all it could be, "Something More" is an amiable, undemanding comedy. Its only real…
It's sometimes said that a show is too specific to travel, but that's to deny the international stage language that the Australian import "Cloudstreet" so volubly speaks. Running at more than five…
So how do you marry a millionaire? Paramount Pictures hopes to find out, swooping in to buy a Will Davies pitch that focuses on exactly that question for Donald DeLine to produce.
In a pilot altogether contrived, leads Kevin Pollak and Nancy Travis lack even the thinnest semblance of chemistry. Pollak exudes smart-alecky angst, while the lovely Travis displays a more…
Asian horror buffs will get the most out of "Shikoku," a bold attempt to inject psychodrama into a ghost movie that taps into some of the same creepiness as recent Japanese hit "The Ring." The first…
Talk about singin' in the rain! As the final furies of Floyd unleashed themselves on the city, a host of Broadway names and an understandably sparse but valiant audience braved the wind and water on…
Actor-helmer Tony Goldwyn is in final negotiations to helm the romantic drama "Handyman" for Warner Bros.
Jean-Jacques Annaud and Mandalay Pictures are bonding again to make "Enemy at the Gates." "Enemy" is slated to lens in Germany in December or early January.
If you can laugh, all is not lost" is a sentiment expressed toward the end of "When the Dead Start Singing," Zagreb-born vet Krsto Papic's trenchant sociopolitical screwball satire. Pic centers on…
One of the most original and inventive pics out of Central Europe in some time, "Return of the Idiot" takes a much-admired Czech staple --- semi-realistic observation of characters in a small-town…
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