James Woods is in final negotiations to join the cast of the murder mystery "The General's Daughter," for Paramount.
Awalk on the mild side, "Totally Confused" charts a bisexual blip on the developmental radar of three young Chicagoans. Amiable but not particularly sharp in its humor and observations, indie feature…
Carbon-copy crime drama won juried American Independent award at this year's Seattle Film Festival, an odd choice since it was arguably the least original item among contenders. Bottom-drawer plot of…
Rebecca DeMornay and Michael Rooker have begun shooting the Image Organization's psychological drama "Table for One."
Three strippers perform and muse about their chosen profession in "The Unveiling." Despite subject's inherent curiosity value, as well as interviewees' ingratiating personalities, short running time…
Dennis Quaid socks over the leading role in "Savior," a chamber-size but often extremely powerful war drama about a mercenary who exorcises his personal demons by rescuing a baby from the war in…
World Cup fever, good weather in Europe and the start of the Wimbledon tennis championship made for a slow week in much of the overseas box office.
The season's mega-grossing Turkish melodrama, "Cholera Street" is a sprawling , overlong but basically enjoyable Greek tragedy set in an Istanbul slum. With two of the country's most popular stars in…
After "Autumn Sun," his heartwarming, prize-winning 1996 study of love in late middle age, Argentine helmer Eduardo Mignogna returns with "The Southern Lighthouse," an intermittently charming but…
Sweet-tempered sports flick has "sleeper" written all over it --- if a smart distributor can get it to an under-served audience: rural over-40s and under-20 s. "Possums" reps a stellar turn for…