"In Paraguay" feels atypically passive -- a homemovie whose shape and substance are devoid of the helmer's familiar wry commentary.
Iranian expatriate cineaste Amir Naderi returns to the desert in "Vegas: Based on a True Story," as a destructive force rips through a family in precarious remission from full-blown addiction.
As bereft of interesting ideas as its slightly dyspeptic playwright subject, Daniel Burman's "Empty Nest" flails to comprehend a married couple whose children have left home.
For Twentieth Century Fox, 2008 was the summer of its discontent.
Majors and their specialty arms are working to shake up the September-December stretch, after the post-summer traumas of 2007. But the question is: After a bang-up summer this year, can the studios…
When it comes to Hollywood's films, foreign moviegoers are continuing to confound expectations.
If this year's crop of Canuck features world preeming at TIFF is any indication, domestic auds will soon enjoy one of the most eclectic arrays of homegrown pics to come along in recent years -- that…
Fourteen features compete at the Namur Festival of Francophone Film, which unspools Sept. 26-Oct. 3 in Belgium.
Tom Cruise and United Artists have acquired rights to serial-killer thriller "The Monster of Florence," with Cruise attached to produce and possibly to star, according to Douglas Preston, author of…
Guy Ritchie geezer gangster caper "RocknRolla" rocks up hoping to bag the B.O. swag in Blighty, where Keira Knightley period drama "The Duchess" also will be hoping to lord it over the competish on…