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The lackadaisical deity of "Part Time God" is director Paul Cohen, who takes great pains to reveal the filmmaker's usually unseen touch in the editing-and-organizing process. The central device in…
Kitty Chen's "Eating Chicken Feet" is a slight comedy -- sometimes slightly a comedy -- that's no less amiable for its lack of substance.
Matthew Weaver and Tony Lord, producers of "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids," have exited the hard-scrabble indie world and inked a first-look pact with Davis Entertainment.
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Part of a new wave of Chinese independents eschewing social observation (and government approval) in favor of European-style introspection, "The Days" is a subtle look at Beijing twentysomethings who…
Oscar- and Emmy-winning filmmaker Emile Ardolino died Saturday from complications of AIDS in Bel Air. He was 50 years old.
Fox's only major holiday offering should stuff its stockings with a favorite holiday color -- green. Although overly sappy in places and probably 20 minutes too long, this Robin Williams-in-drag…
Michael Winner aims low and half-misses with "Dirty Weekend," a jet-black genre-bender of femme vengeance from the British bestseller by Helen Zahavi. Those expecting a female, Anglo version of…
It was neat and petite but a tad shy of a smasheroo as Paramount's "Addams Family Values" got the jump on Thanksgiving with an estimated $ 14.5 million debut to lead the weekend box office. That left…
Despite being the story of the rise and fall of a popular singer, "Zohar: Mediterranean Blues" is not formulaic in the manner of most biopics. Endowed with a distinct flavor of Israeli culture and…
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