June 29, 2007 3:59am EST
Despite strong performances from its excellent cast, Lajos Koltai's wistful adaptation of Susan Minot's novel Evening doesn't quite connect.
November 15, 2005 7:10am EST
Jamie Foxx Robin Williams Denis Leary Mariska Hargitay Halle Berry Mick Jagger Clint Eastwood Emily Watson Emmy Rossum Geoffrey Rush Natasha Richardson Kevin Spacey Johnny Depp Mike Nichols Natalie Portman Annette Bening give quotes at the 62nd Annual Golden Globes
August 15, 2005 9:58am EST
Asylum wallows in infidelity, dishonesty, homicide, domestic abuse, and child death. While crafted with a visual storyteller's gentle touch and British nuances, Asylum is too much of a downer to recommend more than one viewing.
December 15, 2002 11:02am EST
Martin Grove's box office analysis for Dec. 15, 2002, featuring Maid in Manhattan, Star Trek: Nemesis, Die Another Day, The Hot Chick, Drumline and more.
December 13, 2002 4:56am EST
Maid in Manhattan doesn't give you anything new in the romantic comedy department but the lead actors are still engaging enough to keep you occupied.
April 21, 2002 11:34am EST
Martin Grove's analysis of the weekend's box office results for April 21, 2002.
April 19, 2002 2:23pm EST
"Chelsea Walls," named for the fabled New York Hotel favored by artists and iconoclasts that is the film's setting, bounces all over the place as it follows a bunch of uninteresting artsy types whose output is even more uninteresting.
August 31, 2001 8:15am EST
Box Office Analysis: Aug. 26
July 31, 2001 12:30pm EST
Hollywood's advance radar system fizzled this weekend as "15 Minutes" failed to oust "The Mexican" from first place. Although insiders were right in predicting a sharp second week drop for DreamWorks' R-rated drama "The Mexican," they were wrong about it losing top honors. "Mexican" held on to first place with a less sexy estimated $12.13 million (-40%) at 2,959 theaters (+8 theaters; $4,100 per theater). Its cume is approximately $38.3 million. "Mexican" reportedly only cost about $40 million s
May 08, 2001 4:19am EST
HOLLYWOOD, Mar. 7, 2001 -- What's the price of fame? On Tuesday, Sotheby's discovered the answer as Hollywood memorabilia was auctioned off with all proceeds benefiting UNICEF. The charity event, organized by Liam Neeson, has already raised over $400,000 and concludes today.The highest-ticket item was Mel Gibson's sword from the Oscar-winning "Braveheart" which sold for $170,000. Harrison Ford's bullwhip used in the "Indiana Jones" trilogy was donated by Steven Spielberg and brought in $74,000.