"The Phantom Menace" blasted into Japan, Argentina and Israel last week, while "The Mummy" socked South Korea, and "The Matrix" blitzed Belgium, Norway and Finland.
No doubt the general viewing population does not particularly need or want yet another satirical expose of the shallowness, desperation and perversity in "the Industry," aka Hollywood. But for anyone…
Irish filmmaker Liam McGrath tells the uplifting story of a real-life "Rocky" in "Southpaw," an understated but involving documentary about Francis Barrett, the light-welterweight boxer who…
An updated, gender-reversed take on "An Unmarried Woman," "DWM (Divorced White Male)" is an earnest, intimate look at a man who unexpectedly finds himself single. Clearly a deeply personal project…
Nine incumbent members of the board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences have been returned by their branches for additional three-year terms.
Not only is "Undressed" sure to knock "Dawson's Creek" off the top of conservatives' lists of most offensive shows, it is so chockful of sex, drinking and masturbation it will have folks pining for…
A witty, idiosyncratic take on the trials and tribulations of indie moviemaking, Fernando Merinero's directorial debut, "Soul Ache," proves that a good script and talented friends can compensate for…
Taking bazooka aim at a barn-door-wide target --- hinterland beauty contests --- "Drop Dead Gorgeous" is a fitfully amusing satire that would have gained a lot of mileage from just a tad more…
James Bond is getting yet another makeover on homevideo.
A more fantastical tenor might have united so many disjointed narrative and thematic elements; but Donaghy seems content to wing it one scene at a time, with tech contribs (especially the sometimes…