The doctor-turned-pol especially reveres Humphrey Bogart in "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre" and "Casablanca," which, Howard Dean claims, is "the one I've seen the most."
The political left has found its most articulate voice in Frank Rich, columnist for the Sunday New York Times. Movies like "North by Northwest," "The Manchurian Candidate" and "Dr. Strangelove"…
Amid all the hoopla over Summit Entertainment's "Twilight," don't forget Disney 3-D animated "Bolt." Both films open Friday in what's expected to be another strong sesh for the domestic box office.
It isn't brain surgery. Yet, watching movies can mean a lot to a second-generation Indian American growing up in small-town America (Chelsea, Mich.), where the name Sanjay Gupta is about as exotic as…
A t 14, the future music director of the L.A. Opera sat awestruck as he watched Albert Finney and Joyce Redman go at it with everything from peaches to clams on the half-shell in Tony Richardson's…
She is arguably best known for very publicly not thanking God or Jesus Christ or the Easter Bunny when she won her much-coveted Emmy in 2007.
With "The Dark Knight," "Mamma Mia!" and "Quantum of Solace," 2008 has been another blockbuster year for British cinema. But strip out the studio movies, and that boast starts to look rather…
For this TV interviewer, the movies' biggest impact came from a series of antiwar films, starting with William Wyler's "The Best Years of Our Lives" in 1946.
The author of "Why Is God Laughing?" enjoyed "The Ten Commandments," "Lawrence of Arabia" and "Dr. Zhivago" in their first runs, but the ultimate movie epic for him remains "Gandhi." It didn't matter…
Paul Audley has been named president of FilmL.A.
The author of "Sex and the City" and "Lipstick Jungle" straddles the fence between comedy and romance with her own books. Merging the two is tough business, but Candace Bushnell believes some…