August 17, 2006 11:48am EST
Christopher Walken is set to play John Travolta's husband in the big-screen adaptation of Hairspray.
May 08, 2006 10:41am EST
Disaffected art students of the world may get a kick out of Art School Confidential, but the awkward mix of genres doesn’t gel.
February 25, 2006 1:53pm EST
Doogal tries to be part of the hip CGI-animated club, with all the pop-culture references and feel-good messages. But unfortunately, it fails on all levels.
August 19, 2005 6:28am EST
Sure, Valiant has a few laughs and will undoubtedly benefit from being the only animated feature of the late-summer in which young CGI-junkies can indulge. But as a whole it lacks the outlandish foolery for the tots and the wry undertones for their caretakers.
March 11, 2005 5:27am EST
With dazzling animation and an energetic cast, Robots warms the heart, proving that if you dream big and work hard anyone can shine--even a robot.
November 19, 2004 9:42am EST
Hardcore fans will flock anyway. If you've haven't seen the first movie then this isn't the place to start. And if you have seen the first movie, this sequel is an insult to your intelligence.
June 17, 2004 10:31am EST
Around the World in 80 Days suffices as a distracting piece of summer fluff, sure to delight most of the family as well as fans of Jackie Chan.
December 04, 2003 12:27pm EST
Nominations for the 46th annual Grammy Awards were announced by the Recording Academy today at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. OutKast, Jay-Z, Beyoncé, and the Neptunes' Pharrell Williams are tied for the lead with six nominations apiece. Missy Elliott, 50 Cent, Eminem, the Neptunes' Chad Hugo, Justin Timberlake, Ricky Skaggs, Evanescence, Luther Vandross and the late Warren Zevon are close behind with five noms each.
January 29, 2003 9:22am EST
A luscious, inspired flight of fancy that will delight fans of Luhrmann and deconstructionist cinema, but may quickly tire conventional audiences
January 03, 2003 9:53am EST
A faithful, if abbreviated, retelling of Charles Dickens' novel, Nicholas Nickleby doesn't bring much new to the period drama, but it's still a more compelling story than we ordinarily see at the movie theater these days.