November 27, 2001 11:46am EST
News Roundup: Nov. 27 The Spice Girls Elvis Presley John Mellencamp Tim Burton Britney Spears Kate Winslet How the Grinch Stole Christmas Star Wars Episode I The Phantom Menance
October 26, 2001 2:12pm EST
Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter are a couple
October 19, 2001 1:34pm EST
From Hell Johnny Depp Heather Graham The Last Castle Robert Redford James Gandoflini Rod Lurie Riding In Cars With Boys Drew Barrymore Penny Marshall Mulholland Drive David Lynch Training Day Denzel Washington Bandits Bruce Willis Iron Monkey Serendipity John Cusack Kate Beckinsale Don't Say a Word Michael Douglas Corky Romano Chris Kattan Zoolander Ben Stiller Hearts in Atlantis Anthony Hopkins
October 19, 2001 5:57am EST
The Last Castle is entertaining if you can let yourself believe in the events that unfold.
September 07, 2001 3:45pm EST
Virtually all of the reviews of Rock Star, starring Mark Wahlberg and Jennifer Aniston, compare it to either the spoof documentary This Is Spinal Tap or the autobiographical comedy Almost Famous -- or both.
August 31, 2001 8:15am EST
Box Office Analysis: Aug. 26
August 26, 2001 11:42am EST
Universal has proved that there is always room for dessert.
American Pie 2 managed to hold on to the top of the box office charts two weeks in a row, which in this summer of one-week wonders is quite a fait accompli.
August 17, 2001 7:32am EST
It's time to cast aside any hope of a Planet of the Apes sequel.
August 16, 2001 10:13am EST
It took me several days to process my reaction to "Man on the Moon," the Andy Kaufman biopic starring Jim Carrey. Having been a huge fan of Kaufman since his earliest TV appearances, I was the target audience for this film, and -- having liked both previous screen bios written by the talented team of Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski ("Ed Wood" and "The People Vs. Larry Flynt") -- I was primed. And I liked the film. I had a wonderful time, relishing Jim Carrey's letter-perfect re-creations o
August 15, 2001 11:35am EST
HOLLYWOOD, Calif., May 11, 2000 – There's really nothing new about another mob movie from Martin Scorsese, is there? How about this: It co-stars Daniel Day-Lewis. Word comes today, via Daily Variety, that the elusive actor, whose last film work was four years ago in "The Boxer," has joined the cast of Scorsese's forthcoming "Gangs of New York," which stars Leonardo Dicaprio. Day-Lewis will play the villain, Bill the Butcher, who tries to thwart gangster Leo's effort to unite the scrappy street