Gotham gave its thumbs-up to the Oscar hoopla Sunday night with three very distinctive parties, each keyed to a different demo, but each with its own festive flair. The Academy itself hosted an…
A superficial but watchable look at five friends weighing the single life vs. coupledom, "Celibataires" is one of the weaker entries in the recent spate of Gallic thirtysomething comedies. Faintly…
Pic version of Massimo Carlotto's cult pulp novel, "The Goodbye Kiss," emerges as only an OK crimer about a cold-blooded killer. Four scripters have trimmed the misogyny, reined in the societal…
An ambitious attempt to meld Korean-style melodrama with Hong Kong-style action in a European setting and across a large emotional canvas, "Daisy" reps a tough sell in the West and may even fall…
Vicente Perez Herrero's low-key comedy-drama is a deft take on the emotional chaos at the heart of its thirtysomething protag's life. Film was made before the helmer's well-received docu "Skin for…
Asked whether his joy at taking top pic honors was muted by the lawsuits surrounding producer credits on "Crash," Paul Haggis shot back, "Do we look muted? Do our reactions come off as muted? Because…
"Always -- Sunset on Third Street," Takashi Yamazaki's nostalgic ensemble drama set in Tokyo circa 1958, scooped 12 Japan Academy Awards on Friday night, including picture.
"King and the Clown," a gay-themed, period morality tale, crossed the 11.74 million ticket sales mark on Sunday to become the biggest selling South Korean film of all time.
Underlining the power of family films, "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" easily led the foreign box office with $10.3 million at 1,163 playdates during the weekend.
Count on the IRS to pour cold water on Oscar night. IRS Commissioner Mark Everson, noting reports that stars' goodie bags would be valued at over $100,000, issued a statement Friday reminding…