May 26, 2006 5:42am EST
Ron Howard’s beautifully framed The Da Vinci Code sticks to author Dan Brown’s controversial wild goose-chase thriller pretty religiously. But the movie’s faithfulness to the book poses some inherent problems, including keeping your attention for two and a half hours.
February 13, 2006 10:36am EST
The Pink Panther will be palpably funny to kids who know not of its legacy. It’s hard to imagine this remake ever being laugh-till-you-cry funny, but it seems as though demography calculations (see Beyonce as the female lead) sucked some potential out of it.
December 29, 2005 5:51am EST
French President Jacques Chirac is facing a political backlash after reports he tried to altar the casting of The Da Vinci Code, promoting family friends for the lead roles.
March 26, 2004 1:33pm EST
Madonna Sues Warner Music, Britney Spears Heads Up Sexy Women List, Hilary Swank Becomes Calvin Klein Model Jennifer Garner David Beckham Jeff Bridges Steve Martin The Pink Panther
June 15, 2003 12:24pm EST
Top 10: Finding Nemo 2 Fast 2 Furious Bruce Almighty Rugrats Go Wild Hollywood Homicide Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd The Italian Job The Matrix Reloaded Daddy Day Care X2: X-Men United
February 10, 2002 10:55am EST
Box Office Analysis: Feb. 10
February 08, 2002 2:07pm EST
Rollerball is slightly entertaining, if you don't stop and think about it too much. Otherwise, you'll realize how silly it actually is.
December 02, 2001 10:20am EST
Amelie Sexy Beast The Piano Teacher Jean-Pierre Jeunet Isabelle Huppert Ben Kingsley European Film Awards Monty Python Tom Cruise Yasmine Bleeth Gisele Bundchen Leonardo DiCaprio Elton John JRR Tolkien Lord of the Rings Danny DeVito Ben Stiller Drew Barrymore Duplex Rob Schneider Harv the Barbarian Penelope Cruz Rosie O'Donnell Clint Eastwood
October 08, 2001 9:58am EST
Geri Halliwell, Jean Reno, Shannen Doherty, Anne Robinson, Mary Hart, David Lynch, Patrick Dempsey, CNN, NBC, Wasabi and more.
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