June 18, 2009 1:57pm EST
Woody Allen is back in his beloved New York and has brought Larry David along for the ride. What could be better than this dream team?
August 14, 2008 8:43pm EST
It may not be in the league of Wall E or Kung Fu Panda, but this 3D animated adventure into space is the perfect family entertainment--a clever and funny movie full of wonder and imagination.
August 08, 2008 3:54pm EST
Seth Rogen and James Franco come off like a Laurel and Hardy on, well, pot in this frenetic wild ride which mixes violence, drugs and laughs with such abandon you gotta love the audacity of it all.
July 14, 2008 10:54am EST
The success of Warner Bros’ Journey to the Center of the Earth will likely pressure exhibitors and distributors to find ways to roll out digital presentation systems more quickly. Journey delivered an opening weekend gross of $20.58M, with 57 percent of the gross coming from theatres equipped to show the film in Real D 3D.
June 27, 2008 8:12am EST
Making a brief stop in theatres on its way to its rightful home on DVD, this cloying comedy is barely enlivened by its talented stars Matthew Broderick and Brittany Snow. They both deserve much better.
December 18, 2003 12:55pm EST
Mona Lisa Smile's lesson of the day--that the '50s were an oppressive decade for women--is delivered in an unoriginal manner through such shallow and unlikable characters that its message lacks an emotional punch.
April 20, 2003 8:16pm EST
Moviegoers were still feeling angry this Easter Weekend, keeping Anger Management at the top of the box office with $25.6 million. Top 10: Anger Management Holes Malibu's Most Wanted Bulletproof Monk Phone Booth What a Girl Wants Bringing Down the House A Man Apart Chicago House of 1,000 Corpses
February 06, 2003 12:14pm EST
The Writers Guild of America, East and west announced the nominations for outstanding achievement in television and radio writing during the 2002 season.
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 31, 2001 10:05am EST
If you want to escape the ultra-violence of recent releases, such as 15 Minutes and Hannibal, this light-hearted romp is the film for you