April 25, 2005 4:55am EST
Kutcher and Peet's date with destiny offers very little in the way of romance or laughs. It also drags on longer than the seven years that it takes this odd couple to decide what they want with their lives. Let them waste their lives--and not yours--on something that feels like but isn't really A Lot Like Love.
February 18, 2005 3:28am EST
Although it might be unnecessarily complex in parts, Constantine still delivers a supernatural wallop, fueling a never-ending fascination with what lies beyond our world.
April 15, 2004 2:20pm EST
Although it may take its cue from other gender-benders, it's definitely snaps all around for the delightful and heartfelt Connie and Carla.
September 12, 2003 11:43am EST
Eli Roth's extremely disturbing and grotesque Cabin Fever is an artfully executed horror picture with creative characters and a stimulating storyline that will grip you from start to finish.
June 21, 2002 6:53am EST
Juwanna Mann, an NBA-meets-Tootsie-type comedy, is a surprisingly funny take on an old story. While it's not outrageously hilarious, Miguel A. Nunez Jr. steals the show as an unlikely cross-dressing hero.
May 16, 2002 10:03am EST
CBS, as befits the second-highest-rated TV network, is the second most stable network. CBS has announced that it will air seven new shows this coming fall, two more than top-rated NBC, The Associated Press reports. The seven new shows--five dramas and two comedies--for the fall primetime slate are, in airtime order: Bram and Alice, Still Stnading, CSI: Miami, Presidio Med, Without a Trace, Hack and RHD/LA.
September 26, 2001 10:20am EST
It's a sweet film, reminiscent of times when hanging with your best friends meant everything and growing up was hard to do. Just don't expect too much more than that.
May 08, 2001 4:20am EST
Clint Eastwood and Oscar-winning writer Brian Helgeland will team up on an adaptation of the best-selling novel, Mystic River for Warner Bros.
April 25, 2001 5:15am EST
Like a California-style pizza, Bait combines appealing ingredients into a dish that doesn't quite taste right
March 19, 2001 11:51am EST
HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 6, 2000 -- We know what you might be thinking. But let us assure you, it has nothing to do with Dr. Seuss. Yes, as the Hollywood Reporter says, Michelle Pfeiffer and Sean Penn are both in talks to star in the project "Sam I Am," but the story is actually about a lawyer trying to win a custody case for a mentally disabled man. And as you have no doubt guessed, Penn will play the man and Pfeiffer will play the legal eagle. The project is aiming for a mid-January start in Los Angele