The contented lifestyles of a teenage brother and sister are disrupted when their parents divorce in this handsomely produced but familiar tale. Returns should be modest.
An unfeeling astrophysicist's return to his roots unearths a long forgotten human side in "Moon Shadow." Debuting Italo director Alberto Simone brings sincerity and noble intentions to this warmly…
U.S. copyright industries generated $45.8 billion in sales abroad in 1993, making intellectual property the country’s second largest export industry behind automobiles and automotive parts. That’s…
There's never been a remotely significant summer camp film, and Disney's "Heavyweights" does nothing to advance the genre. Far worse, this yarn about an adolescent fat farm is shameful in its…
Stewart Blair, chairman and CEO of United Artists Theater Circuit, and K.K. Modi, chairman of the Modi Group of India, have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop cinema-based entertainment…
Disparate youngsters tell their candid stories in "Teen Dreams," a docu using an unconventional approach based on the subjects' recording of their personal lives. Despite novel strategy, film suffers…
Executive producers, Raimond Felt, Jean-Pierre Dekiss.
With "Marie-Louise," Gallic short-film director Manuel Fleche graduates to the feature league, entirely neglecting to bulk up on material. A giddy paean to amour that might have made a lively…