How Ralph Fiennes brought his marvelous Invisible Woman to the screen.
Exactly the sort of movie we don't need right now
Two entertainment notes to start your day, including news of a new CW TV show set in Dallas. Don't know the name yet, or even it will be filmed here (calls are in to Dallas Film Commission director Janis Burklund), but its roots are reputable enough: Endemol USA, the production company heretofore kn ... More >>
See Kristin Scott Thomas go for the gold
A chick flick about child murder. Mom would love it.
A gay escort finds himself at the center of a classic D.C. scandal in The Walker
For the supergroup The Flatlanders, three albums in three decades ainít so bad
Altman, at 76, rounds up the best of the Brits for a heroic resurrection
For the Deep Ellum Film Festival, the third time's the charm
Sean Penn fails to bring life to the Villa
In a perfect world, movies as dull as Random Hearts wouldn't get made
Redford's new film is like a horsey Bridges of Madison County--and it's way too long
Good, but not that good
Director Anthony Minghella gracefully brings a complex tale of war to screen