Starting out as an average exercise in male-improv testosteroni, "Most Likely To" ends up a creditable ensemble suspenser.
A woman previously devoted to work and family takes time to pursue her private passion, writing.
Vet Hong Kong action director Ching Siu-tung evokes an earlier, less complicated production age with the fast-moving crowdpleaser "An Empress and the Warriors."
"Dejate caer" has little except the wit, warmth and believability of its characters to recommend it -- but there's more than enough of that to keep pic dancing.
Max L. Raab, a garment biz exec who was the executive producer on well-known '70s cult pics including "A Clockwork Orange" and "Walkabout," died Feb. 21 in Philadelphia of complications related to…
Saudi Arabia is inching toward opening itself up to the film biz with the creation of the conservative kingdom's first official film fest, despite the fact that cinemas have been banned there for…
If you need a GPS unit to find your own backside, you'll be laughing uproariously at "Witless Protection," a movie that's far more interesting politically than dramatically -- or, God knows…
For buyers, the most talked-about screening at this month's Berlin Festival lasted just 10 minutes, and it wasn't even in English.
TV sales executive Stephen J. Levin died Feb. 20 in Encino, Calif. after a two-year struggle with cancer. He was 59.
A small France-set Maghreb immigrant drama from a young helmer, Abdellatif Kechiche's "The Secret of the Grain," stole the show at France's 33rd Cesar Awards Friday, taking film, director and…