Narrator: Paul Scofield.
Ray Cooney's latest caprice, "Out of Order," is formula giddiness, offering a veritable maze of antic comedy ably provided by the playwright's usual suspects. There is a philandering British…
Musical or comedy actress winner Madonna seemed much more subdued than in press conferences of the past. "I feel like I am dreaming right now," she said.
Brush up your English or find a new job, Egyptian film censors and translators are being told.
"Lost Highway" is a mysterious, ultra-Lynchian exercise in Designer Noir. The cult filmmaker's first feature in more than four years sees him traversing familiar roads involving weird crimes, bizarre…
James Bond is likely to be shaken and stirred by actress Michelle Yeoh. She is the Hong Kong chop socky star, kung fu expert and former Miss Malaysia cast as the next "Bond girl," joining topliner…
Adapted from Alfred Jarry's absurdist play, "King Ubu" serves as an impressive visual demo for cameraman F.A. Brabec, previously known as lenser for Czech wunderkind Jan Sverak ("The Elementary…
By all accounts TriStar's "Beverly Hills Ninja" and Buena Vista's "Metro" were deadlocked Sunday in their quests for the King Day weekend B.O. crown. While the race was extremely close, most…
One of the most realistic rock 'n' roll movies comes, ironically, from a country where the youth-made music is still actively discouraged. Perhaps that's why "Jungle Story" captures the edgier…
Filmmaker Mark Waters' "The House of Yes," a dark comedy about blue-blooded incest, sold to Miramax Films for just under $2 million Saturday night.