Jean-Claude Van Damme takes a career step backward in Street Fighter, a messy, basically plotless big-screen rendition of the popular multi-media game [Street Fighter II]. Film suffers from the same…
Truly beguiling romantic comedy is one of the hardest things for a modern film to pull off, but screenwriter Richard Curtis (The Tall Guy) has hit just the right balance with this story, which is…
Vampires stalk the netherworld of the downtown New York scene of Nadja, a lovely idea for a film that's been beautifully executed but slips too far off its narrative tracks to get where it wants to…
Cute, sexy and funny, Threesome also manages to deftly capture the working out of personality and sexual identity that is part and parcel of the college years. Pic should establish writer-director…
No one can touch Ivan Reitman's record for turning high concepts into popular entertainment - really popular entertainment. His latest, the pregnant-man comedy Junior, is no exception. What separates…
This comedy from Cuba is a gem. Filled with malicious swipes against the Castro regime, it's a provocative but very humane comedy about sexual opposites.
As 1993 winds down, the biggest cliffhanger has been whether box office revenues would set a new annual record. Though official tallies will not be available until Monday, Daily Variety is projecting…
More than a few of the Hollywood heavyweights flocking to Las Vegas this weekend for Barbra Streisand's concerts at the MGM Grand Hotel will return several days later to join 80,000 others for a…
Ontario's film and television production boom shows no signs of tapering off as this year's production levels soared past a record set in 1992.
Universal's "In the Name of the Father" had an outstanding opening in Ireland , chalking up T114,259 ($ 179,387) in three days on 48 screens.