April 21, 2002 11:34am EST
Martin Grove's analysis of the weekend's box office results for April 21, 2002.
April 11, 2002 3:07pm EST
While Monsters, Inc. and Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius demonstrated that films can be scripted intelligently for younger viewers, Clockstoppers does the opposite by delivering an empty story in a flashy package. Don't expect another Spy Kids-type number and skip this movie altogether.
March 29, 2002 5:28am EST
As a skewed look at the darker side of children's television, Smoochy delivers enough laughs to keep its head above water--barely.
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.
January 18, 2002 3:18pm EST
News Roundup for Jan. 17: Sundance brings out the stars Jennifer Aniston Brad Pitt Christina Ricci Matt Damon Ben Affleck Robin Williams X-Files Chris Carter Star Trek Scott Bakula Patrick Stewart Kate Mulgrew Robert Altman Gosford Park Joaquin Phoenix Philip Seymour Hoffman Liv Tyler William H. Macy Steve Buscemi Tony Shalhoub Bob Balaban James Earl Jones Barbra Streisand
January 11, 2002 9:23am EST
The box office preview of the weekend beginning Jan. 11 Orange County Jack Black Colin Hanks Jake Kasdan The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Peter Jackson Impostor Gary Fleder The Shipping News Judi Dench Kevin Spacey Lasse Hallstrom Black Hawk Down Ridley Scott Ocean's Eleven George Clooney Steven Soderbergh A Beautiful Mind Russell Crowe Ron Howard The Royal Tenenbaums Wes Anderson Tom Cruise Vanilla Sky Meg Ryan Hugh Jackman Kate & Leopold Ali Will Smith Har
November 19, 2001 11:47am EST
News Roundup Nov. 19 Mick Jagger Jamiroquai Kris Kristofferson Kevin Spacey Judi Dench Patrick Stewart James Cameron Douglas Adams Elvis Presley Dustin Hoffman Heath Ledger
September 11, 2001 7:13am EST
Unimaginative and tiresome, Soul Survivors is an utter waste of time.
August 06, 2001 5:09am EST
Prinze and Biggs do their best, but the script ultimately flunks ’em.
July 31, 2001 7:53am EST
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 13, 2000 -- Dimension Films' "Scream 3" made the weekend's biggest waves at the box office, holding on to first place despite 20th Century Fox's strong launch for Leonardo DiCaprio's "The Beach." "Scream 3" took a hefty second weekend drop but still sliced off an estimated $16.40 million (-53%) at 3,467 theaters (theater count unchanged, $4,730 per theater). Its total is approximately $57.1 million. In December 1997, "Scream 2's" second weekend gross of $13.9 million