Paul Thomas Anderson's searing portrait of overweening ambition, "There Will Be Blood," has won the Fipresci (the Intl. Federation of Film Critics) Grand Prix for film of the year.
Los Angeles-based Endgame Entertainment and Italy's Piedmont Film Commission are going forward with their long-gestating film fund that will be available to U.S. studios looking to make movies in…
The rags-to-near-riches saga of "Goal!" has turned into a risible riches-are-awful tale in "Goal II: Living the Dream," which is sure to land in the cellar of the sequels league.
A black-and-white slice of culty quasihorror fantasy more akin to "Eraserhead" than recent tongue-in-cheek scare pics, Quebecois "Truffe" provides a brisk walk on the odd side for adventuresome genre…
A promising night at the theater becomes a micro-budgeted, vid-shot acting exercise in the pleasingly convoluted yet increasingly self-conscious murder meller "Four of a Kind."
Hayao Miyazaki's "Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea," unfolds with a magic limpidity, teeming with imaginative transports that owe nothing to CGI.
"The Dark Knight" remained potent overseas, easily leading the weekend with $19 million at 6,580 playdates in 62 markets, while "Mamma Mia!" stayed stellar outside the United States.
The story of a protective father's overweening love for his mentally unstable daughter plays out against the backdrop of fascist Italy in Pupi Avati's 37th feature,
There's plenty of irony in the title "A Perfect Day," popular helmer Ferzan Ozpetek's look at a volatile family's meltdown over the course of 24 hours.
Still waters run sublimely deep in the deceptively placid, thought-provoking family drama "It All Begins at Sea."