After a five-year hiatus from the stage, George F. Walker, Canada's most prolific playwright, has re-emerged with a planned six-play cycle called "Suburban Motel." With the first two installments up…
Reviewed at AFI/L.A. Film Festival, Oct. 25, 1997. Running time: 73 MIN.
Veteran actress Terry Moore has partnered with producer Jerry Rivers and Texas investor Jesse Upchurch to form Moore/Upchurch/Rivers Prods., focusing on family-oriented pics.
Quentin Tarantino's crew, shooting a vampire movie in a historic cave in South Africa, has fallen foul of local environmentalists, who claim imitation blood was smeared over rocks, sensitive plants…
If romantic comedies were made in Iran, "Season Five" would certainly top the current year's offerings. This unusually colorful French-Iranian co-production tells the story of an age-old feud between…
The much-anticipated debut offering of Fox's new animation unit, "Anastasia" reps an ambitious, serious but not particularly stimulating musical feature that unconvincingly attempts to graft warm and…
Sony's futuristic war movie, "Starship Troopers," marched to box office victory over the weekend with a studio-estimated $22 million, the biggest opening since July.
A new player has emerged on the multiplex scene in Central and Eastern Europe: Toucan Entertainment, a U.S. company based in London, has made its first move in Prague, purchasing a 49% stake in the…
Artistic director, Stanley Brechner. Opened Oct. 28, 1997, at the Raymond J. Greenwald Performance Space. Reviewed Oct. 23; 152 seats; $ 30 top. Running time: 1 HOUR, 23 MIN.
In a frame littered with disappointing Hollywood and art-house bows, European pictures were the star newcomers beside such old dependables as "My Best Friend's Wedding," "Con Air" and "Air Force One."
A more grown-up companion piece to "Austin Powers," "The Man Who Knew Too Little" spoofs the cloak-and-dagger genre with a fair degree of wit but too much restraint.