“We thought, why don’t we bring Hollywood to the beach?”
The “White Nights of St. Petersburg” music festival -- three days of '80s rock and a musical competition hosted by Paula Abdul
No other South American fest can boast a venue like the city’s old opera house built in 1896 and featured in the Werner Herzog classic,...
The good news: The 3D, by James Cameron cohort Steve Quale, is way better than average
Evan Glodell proves he's a filmmaker to watch with this wonderfully weird first feature
First-time director John Michael McDonagh may be slightly out of his depth, but the strong performances by Brendon Gleeson and Don Cheadle save this Irish...
"Office" star shines in a dramedy that marks an impressive directorial debut for Michael Weithorn
From "Thor" to "Something Borrowed" to "Hobo With a Chainsaw" ... um ... "Shotgun"
Three reasons to go to the movies: 'Water for Elephants,' 'Incendies' and a new one from Morgan Spurlock
The big question about the new weekend at the cineplex: Why?
A new 10-disc set collects their entire onscreen affair; here they are from best to worst
Russell Brand brings plenty of energy to the role originated by Dudley Moore, but lovable drunks are no longer considered as funny as they once...
A look at the week's new hi-def disc bounty, which also includes "Babe" and "Fiddler on the Roof"
The former "Friends" star understands acting and actors and knows how to get the most from them. What he doesn’t seem to understand is filmmaking...
The homage-filled horror movie about a demon radial is not just an intellectually-compelling comedy, but a purely visual narrative that careens through genre-movie conventions
As good as Nick Thurston is, he’s not enough to save the film from director John Gray
Zack Snyder's film is a hybrid: call it a "goovie" or a "mame"; judging by the title, I’d go with the latter
Julian Schnabel's latest film looks at the Arab-Israeli conflict through the eyes of an Arab