From The Army Archerd Archive
Like its soundtrack's "grime" music, U.K. gangsta pic "Rollin With the Nines" draws heavily on U.S. urban crime pics and classic blaxploitationers while speaking with a distinctively inner-city…
"Silent Hill" is hoping to frighten "Scary Movie 4" out of first place this weekend. Sony TriStar's horror videogame adaptation is aiming for a gross in the high teens. If it follows in the path of…
Warner Bros. has signed onto Christie/AIX's digital cinema rollout plan, leaving Paramount as the only major not yet aligned with the effort.
Richard E. Grant's directorial debut "Wah-Wah" will open London's East End Film Festival on April 27.
A half-hearted exercise in political paranoia, "The Sentinel" unravels its wrong-man scenario with efficiency and an impressively jittery visual scheme, but falls far short of providing visceral or…
Comedy Central's "Mind of Mencia" and "Weekends at the DL" tied for comedy honors at the 12th Annual NAMIC (National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications) kudos Tuesday night making the…
Roberto Rossellini was convinced during his later years that TV was the tool with which to elevate human consciousness. In "The Last Utopia," the late helmer's former associates speak of how the…
Vet documaker Ruth Beckermann blends healthy irony with bemused respect in "Zorro's Bar Mitzvah," which follows four youngsters in Austria as they celebrate becoming full members of the Jewish…
Another beguiling portmanteau of animated shorts from the work of late Czech storyteller Jan Werich via the hands of returning helmers Aurel Klimt and Vlasta Pospisilova, "Fimfarum 2" will join its…