"8 Seconds" takes a smooth, sappy ride through the life of a great bucking bull rider. Sweet, sentimental and rose-colored to a fault, this family-oriented biopic has none of the grit, dust and…
While the uncertainty of ownership is a burden on Paramount's creative process, it can hardly be detected by the volume of product being hatched there.
A kinder, gentler Jack Valenti late last week brought his traveling diplomacy show to the Berlin Film Festival, where he did his best to patch up differences with the European entertainment biz after…
Claiming the ratings board of the Motion Picture Assn. of America is trying to censor relevant social commentary, Miramax is expected to appeal the NC-17 given to "You So Crazy" a filmed version of…
A tribute to the star and sex symbol, "Marilyn Monroe: Life After Death" is an uncritical celebration of the actress's beauty, talent and continuous allure for generations of viewers. Though Gordon…
Hoping to keep the homevideo fires burning after "Aladdin" is pulled from retail shelves, Walt Disney will release its first made-for-video animated "sequel,""The Return of Jafar." The video will be…
Startlingly good lead performances by two new actresses give some distinction to "Fun," an absorbing study of crime and absent values among contemporary teenagers that nonetheless feels unjelled and…
The largest shareholder in Savoy Pictures Entertainment Inc. swapped a huge chunk of debt for equity, a sign of faith that the young film company's stock will climb as it matures.
The 44th annual Berlin Intl. Film Festival opened Thursday with the unspooling of Italo helmer Bernardo Bertolucci's "Little Buddha" as the highlight of gala festivities.