Who knew "White Christmas" could sound so lovely in Yiddish? Or "Somewhere Over the Rainbow"? Apparently Mandy Patinkin had an inkling, and the musical veteran has brought his distinctive vocal style…
New Line's "Pleasantville" and Warner Bros.' "Practical Magic" were front-runners in the hotly contested weekend box office derby that many observers agreed was simply too close to call.
Although well-intentioned and finely acted, "True Moments" is much too low-key for its own good. Story about a possibly incestuous love affair will have severe problems finding an audience anywhere.
The combination of inclement weather and an injured man by the roadside is bound to add up to no good. In "Dark Harbor" --- a three-hander thriller --- one just knows this tight little group will be…
James Cameron can stand easy --- his "Terminator" epics are tougher to replicate than they appear. Just ask genre specialists Paul Anderson and David Webb Peoples. They've attempted to usurp the…
Hollywood likes 'em young. According to a new study commissioned by the Writers Guild of America, scribes in features and TV have grown steadily younger.
Spanish-born Manuel De Pedro, a veteran helmer in Venezuela, has created a lively fictive portrait of recent revolutionary El Salvadorean upheavals in "Trap for a Cat." Material is approached as an…
Recent winner of a Norwegian Amanda for best film of the year, "Blessed Are Those Who Thirst" is an uneven but at times interesting cop-thriller-with-a-twist that would be a natural for offshore…
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