In the toon tradition of "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," Interscope has purchased "Father Figure," a script by Jeff Hause and David Hines, about a man who discovers his dad's a cartoon character. The…
New Media Expo, the latest in a rapidly growing list of conventions aimed at the high-tech worlds of multimedia and interactivity, kicks off today at Los Angeles' Convention Center. Backers claim…
There was considerable slippage on the exclusives roster for last weekend, with more productions than not seeing their B.O. drop.
An overly abstract mystery about the difficulty of really knowing another person, "Dream Lover" is too rarefied for a popular thriller and too hokey for an art film. Directorial debut of notable…
Striving earnestly to be funny, "The Lottery" is too intent on preaching its no-free-lunches message to be amusing.
There's trouble afoot in Pleasant Valley and the postcard-perfect suburb is about to burst at the seams in "Cops and Robbersons." However, the mixture of mischief and mayhem served up in the antic…
Disney's plucky film "D2: The Mighty Ducks" was again atop the weekend box office charts with $ 5.5 million.
Review: ‘The Lifeforce Experiment Sci-Fi, Sat. April 16, 8 p.m. Filmed in Montreal and Nova Scotia by Filmline Intl./Screen Partners in Association with USA Pictures. Producer, Nicolas Clermont; Co-Producer, Kent Walwin; Director, Piers Haggard; Script, Mike Hodge’
Leaden sci-fi suspenser about an obsessed scientist (Donald Sutherland) trying to harness life's magnetic flux at the moment of death is monumentally boring.
Well into Act 2 of Gloria Naylor’s stage adaptation of her fine 1992 novel “Bailey’s Cafe,” the author’s distinctively bold, elegant, no-nonsense African-American voice is finally heard loud and…
TedHowells ascended to the chief financial officer job at Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., as the Culver City company continues the shuffle in its corner offices.
Abasically simple tale of on- and off-track rivalry between two college athletes, “800 Two Lap Runners” is given a complex spin by offbeat direction, a script that keeps you guessing and likable…