A rambunctious look at a struggling New York tabloid, "The Paper" is Paddy Chayefsky lite. With every member of the all-star staff battling personal life crises as they race to put the next edition…
Ex-President George Bush is scheduled as the featured speaker for the 13th annual Video Software Dealers Assn. convention July 24-27 in Las Vegas. The theme for this year’s confab is “Taking Care of…
Years back, in orgiastic odysseys like "Caligula" and "Salon Kitty," Tinto Brass spun a semblance of narrative to dress up his elaborate slap-and-tickle sessions. Now, Italy's peerless purveyor of…
Director Joe Dante and producer Mike Finnell, who have moved their Renfield Prods. off the Universal lot and broken off talks to renew their production deal there, are now being wooed by Paramount to…
Boys Town, the orphanage and home for wayward youth, must certainly be ripe for a more realistic presentation than served up in the famous 1938 Spencer Tracy pic, and Barnaby Spring would seem a…
There's no doubt about it: Underneath that heavy tweed skirt, "Mrs. Doubtfire's" got fat legs, racking up $ 139.6 million in international dates.
Finnish director Veikko Aaltonen, whose offbeat s&m psychodrama "The Prodigal Son" was a sleeper at last year's Berlin festival, returns in style with his third feature, "Pater Noster." Creepy…
Folks in the state of Arkansas feel like they've been robbed -- and, ironically, the culprits come in the guise of a modern-day Frank and Jesse James.
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After more than a quarter century of filmmaking and more than two dozen films , documentarian Frederick Wiseman is entitled to make his films any way he wants , especially when he's making them for…
Glenn Close has joined the cast of the 66th Academy Awards, produced by Gilbert Cates
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