July 14, 2003 12:28pm EST
Although Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas may not necessarily have that certain Pixar cleverness for adults, it provides more than enough good old-fashioned entertainment for the family.
February 21, 2003 1:13pm EST
If The Life of David Gale were a novel, it would be the kind of $6.99 paperback murder mystery you buy in the airport before a long flight. It's entertaining, but a little thin.
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.
August 13, 2002 6:07am EST
Box Office Analysis: Aug. 4 Signs comes out like gangbusters, taking the number one spot. Others as follows Austin Powers in Goldmember Master of Disguise Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat Road to Perdition Stuart Little 2 Men In Black II My Big Fat Greek Wedding K-19: The Widowmaker The Country Bears
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.
March 15, 2002 7:04am EST
No doubt, you'll laugh here and there at Showtime, but you've seen/heard/smelled it all before. It's strictly matinee material--or a DVD rental.
December 10, 2001 12:04pm EST
Following is a News Roundup for December 7 mentioning the keywords Oceans Eleven George Clooney Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Brad Pitt Matt Damon Julia Roberts Gong Show Chuck Barris American Music Awards ABC Alicia Keys Chris Klein LeAnn Rimes Frankie Muniz Method Man Niki Taylor Tyrese Lenny Kravitz Kid Rock Brooks and Dunn Cher William Jovanovich Cast Away Robert Zemeckis Leslie Harter Cary Grant Barbara Jaynes Robert De Niro Tribeca Film Festival CBS The Late Show with David Letterman Th
October 28, 2001 7:25am EST
Thirteen hundred ghosts shouldn't be able to drag you to see this latest sorry entry in the horror movie hall of shame.
March 19, 2001 11:50am EST
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 10, 2000 -- Leave it to the insurance types with their legal babble to ruin everything -- and that's including "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."Reports today say that Buena Vista Entertainment, the ABC/Disney production wing behind the champion game show, has been taken to the British High Court of Justice by its London-based insurers. Why? The smarty-pants types at the insurance firm of Goshawk Syndicate feel that the quiz-show's questions have just gotten too bloody
May 18, 2000 8:00pm EST
Not a terrible film to see ... that is, if you have the time.