A film with an infectiously giddy sense of risk-taking and droll provocation, "Bulworth" is a black comedy in the most contemporary sense of the term.
A middling tour through the now-familiar purgatory of '90s adolescence, "Edge City" falls short of the distinctive shock value, stylishness or character insight that lent some prior, similar dramas…
Alice Faye, perhaps the brightest musical comedy light at 20th Century Fox during the 1930s and '40s, died of cancer Saturday. She was 83.
Simon Chase Craig T. Nelson
DreamWorks and Paramount's "Deep Impact" made a colossal impression on North American moviegoers over Mother's Day weekend, grossing a studio-estimated $41.9 million and possibly setting a new May…
A creditable effort to lend some uncommon depth and humanity to the crime genre, "Gunshy" is a well written and acted tale of betrayal and eventual moral clarity.
(French, Fon and Yoruba dialogue.)
Writer-director Wendell Jon Andersson shows an impressive command of technique in his feature directorial debut, "With or Without You," a youth melodrama revolving around two twentysomething students…
Brian De Palma has signed a muscular deal with MGM for a spec script tentatively titled "Nazi Gold," which he wrote with former film critic Jay Cocks.
Johnny John Turturro
Warner Bros. joins the battle against Disney dominance in the realm of animated features with "Quest for Camelot," a lightweight but likable fantasy that offers a playfully feminist twist to…