Miramax's Sharon Stone-starrer "The Mighty," now premiering in Cannes, will make its Stateside maiden voyage at the first Newport Intl. Film Festival, which sets sail June 2-7 in the historic Rhode…
Never one to deal in the commonplace, Lars von Trier cooks up perhaps his most eccentric offering yet, exploring notions of normalcy, constraining behavioral codes and conditioned emotional responses…
The second annual Bermuda Intl. Film Festival (May 1-7) awarded the jury prize for best film to Burkino Faso-born director Idrissa Ouedraogo for "Kini and Adams."
New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani put out a giant welcome mat for "Godzilla" on Monday.
"Anxiety" marks yet another turning point in the career of Portuguese maestro Manoel de Oliveira, a three-part omnibus of stories vaguely linked together by the theme of death.
The farcical "The Impostors" begins on a high of comic giddiness, but the air all too quickly seeps out of its balloon.
A pet rat sets off a chain reaction of debauchery in a prim and proper nuclear family in "Sitcom," a sort of " 'Mouse Hunt' Meets the Marquis de Sade" filtered through the sunny disposition of…
An ambitiously conceived poetic folk tale filled with striking images and graced with terrific Portuguese music, vet helmer Paulo Rocha's "The River of Gold" unfortunately fails to translate its…
Twentieth Century Fox's "Bulworth" was elected the exclusive box office champ in its first outing.
There's a strange, almost '80s feel to "The Sea Change," a romantic British comedy that tries to be slick and witty but ends up looking out of tune with the times and trying too hard for effect.
A stellar cast distinguishes, but fails to rescue, this comic variation on "Death Wish" from maverick Brit producer-director Michael Winner.
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