Girls decide they just wanna have girls in "Why Not Me?" an engaging, disarmingly played comedy of manners that's got as much going for it with heterosexual auds as it has with gay and lesbian…
Though better known for its well-established November feature fest, Thessaloniki can now also boast a solid documentary film festival, Visions of the 21st Century, which debuted March 15-21.
Reviewed at Berlin Film Festival (Panorama), Feb. 12, 1999. English and German dialogue. Running time: 112 MIN.
With less than a month to go before the final lineup will be announced, the Cannes Film Festival has locked in only a handful of titles for its upcoming edition, May 12-23.
With "Dying of Laughter," Alex de la Iglesia returns to the dark comedy of his groundbreaking "Day of the Beast" (1995), though without its imaginative daring. Strong perfs, good visuals and plenty…
Ethnic violence in the years after Indian independence is examined in "Train to Pakistan," a large-canvas drama that takes its time building an ultimately potent blend of suspense, moral inquiry and…
In what could portend a who's who in Whoville cast, Molly Shannon has landed the female lead alongside Jim Carrey in "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" The Imagine Films production for Universal will…
A culture-clash drama snugly fit into the framework of an investigative thriller, "Night of Destiny" is engrossing, if not riveting, entertainment. Relevant theme and polished execution make this a…
Spyglass Entertainment and New Urban Entertainment have teamed to produce a feature documentary on the game of basketball to be directed by Leon Gast, who won an Oscar for "When We Were Kings."
Very young fans of the long-running "Doug" animated TV series may be captivated by its first feature-length spinoff. But it's doubtful that this extremely mild trifle will attract enough older…