An old-fashioned tear-jerker centered on two Yanks-in-Europe scurrying around picturesque Italy, "Something to Believe In" is an embarrassing return to the big screen after a decade-and-a-half by…
A.R. Gurney's summery comedy "Labor Day" boasts its share of chuckles. The banter is light and breezy, the acting is tidy and the writing slick, and yet it's a curiously hollow affair.
"Six Days, Seven Nights" is a passable romantic comedy in which enforced proximity makes the heart grow fonder. Sprinkled with just enough laughs, close shaves and compromising positions to keep…
It's a hopeless world out there, but newspaper columnist Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) is throwing her libido in the laboratory to sort it all out for the masses. The self-described "sexual…
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Julie Walters gives a corker of a performance as a feisty Belfast housewife-turned-peace activist in "Titanic Town," which is based on Mary Costello's autobiographical novel. While recent films about…
With its title having become a dirty word in the wake of the Princess Diana tragedy, Gallic comedy "Paparazzi" lives dangerously by milking humor from the exploits of kamikaze celebrity…
The new Lolita, Dominique Swain, gives a bright, intelligent performance as an 18-year-old small-town girl who discovers sex, love and music the summer before she leaves the West for an Ivy League…