Foreign-language Oscar winners “Day for Night” (1973) and “Cinema Paradiso” ( 1989) will be screened in a double feature Dec. 17 at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences’ Samuel Goldwyn…
"Everything I Like" presents an existential hero of sorts caught in the emotional rubble of the new Eastern Europe. Part homage to the free-spirited human Czech tales of the 1960s and part modern…
Described by writer-producer Phil Avalon as "Porky's on the Beach,""Exchange Lifeguards" falls short of even that modest aim. With a cliched screenplay and almost complete lack of zest and comic…
A slick but predictably sentimental retread of "Rain Man" and its ilk, "Sandra C'est la vie" adds no new wrinkles to screen portraiture of the mentally handicapped. While some fests may bite, Euro TV…
Those outside his cultish thrall have long complained that George Coates' performance works are little more than high-tech Lava Lamp-age spectacles, pretty to watch, devoid of content. Lately he's…
The son of filmmaker Sydney Pollack was one of two student pilots killed when a single-engine training plane crashed into an apartment building Friday.
"Under One Roof," second feature by Paolo Thiago, presents a curious tale that deliberately leaves the viewer worrying over too many loose ends. While the film may provoke some interest, auds will…
The fifth in the series of slapstick comedies about Ernest P. Worrell (Jim Varney) will please his fans but is unlikely to convince anyone else as to it merits. Self-distributed film should get quick…
Also with: Berndt Strom, Torgny Anderberg, Jacob Nordenson, Anita Ekstrom, Tova Magnusson-Norling, Ingmari Carlsson, Anna-Lena Bergendahl, Donald Hogberg.
Heavy snow and freezing temperatures across much of Europe didn't deter more than a million people from flocking to "Aladdin" as its overseas cume soared to $ 100 million.