A vacationing family plays out a gallery of personal pseudo-dramas at a lush Yucatan resort in "All Inclusive," Chilean helmer Rodrigo Ortuzar's marginally more serious follow-up to his hit sex…
Lumbering rather than moving, Luis Filipe Rocha's "The Other Side" may have been affecting as a telepic in the not-so-distant past, but this tale of a gay man bonding with his chummy Down-syndrome…
Domestic B.O. ended the first quarter with a record $2.1 billion, but that doesn't mean studio execs are all smiles.
The Latin Flower Co. has signed to handle international sales of the first authorized documentary series about Boca Juniors, the most popular soccer club in Argentina.
3-D is moving downmarket.
While plaintiffs keep losing lawsuits over "Borat," Sacha Baron Cohen is apparently finding fresh targets in his new guise as Bruno, the gay Austrian journalist.
American toons remain a boon overseas, with Twentieth Century Fox's "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!" trumpeting its way to No. 1 at the overseas box office over the March 28-30 weekend.
In southwest Iran, near the Iraqi border, a resourceful 16-year-old baggage porter becomes smitten with a slightly older Iraqi who's not what she seems in Iranian helmer Rouhollah Hejazi's…
I only met Richard Widmark once, and briefly, a third of a century ago, but I'm not going to forget him.
Cringe-worthy racial stereotypes are sent up, but then pandered to, in the genial but weak romantic comedy "This Night Is Still Ours."
Chinese-Australian-German co-production "The Children of Huang Shi" had its premiere in the remote Hunan town in which the pic is set, part of a drive to tubthump the Jonathan Rhys Meyers starrer in…