July 18, 2002 5:59am EST
Eight Legged Freaks is a simplistic and mildly entertaining movie that is bigger on laughs than scares, even if you are a true arachnophobe at heart.
June 07, 2002 12:15pm EST
The box office predictions for the weekend beginning June 7. Anthony Hopkins, Chris Rock, Jerry Bruckheimer, Joel Schumacher, Bad Company, Sandra Bullock, Ashley Judd, Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, Ben Affleck, The Sum of All Fears, Eddie Griffin, Undercover Brother, Spider-Man, Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones, Insomnia, Enough, Unfaithful, About a Boy, Spirit: Stallion of the Cimmaron, The New Guy, The Importance of Being Earnest, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Y Tu Mama Tambi
June 06, 2002 9:31pm EST
The hype isn't wrong--Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood is definitely a film better suited for a female audience, and it has plenty of wonderful moments to make us remember our best friends.
April 21, 2002 11:34am EST
Martin Grove's analysis of the weekend's box office results for April 21, 2002.
February 15, 2002 6:08am EST
A Rumor of Angels delivers huge doses of postcard pretty scenery and inspirational messages about important values and paranormal phenomena, but it preaches to the converted. Those who seek comfort in traditional values and who are easily seduced by the possibility of communication with angels and the deceased won't be disappointed.
January 31, 2002 5:51am EST
A Walk to Remember is a sweet teen drama with a strong message. It will definitely appeal to younger teens and Mandy Moore fans alike, but skip it if you are old enough to already understand the moral of the story.
January 23, 2002 8:14am EST
Role Call for Jan. 23 - Nicole Kidman to star in movie about Eleanor of Aquitaine. Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen in a new movie Chris Rock to direct Robert Downey Jr. in a new film Jeff Bridges Jason Isaacs to play Captain Hook in Peter Pan.
January 11, 2002 11:05am EST
Orange County is high caliber as far as teen comedies go and it definitely packs some laughs and showcases young new talent.
December 28, 2001 5:38am EST
The box office preview for the weekend beginning Dec. 28 Ali Will Smith Michael Mann The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Peter Jackson Kate & Leopold Meg Ryan Hugh Jackman Ocean's Eleven Steven Soderbergh Jimmy Neutron: Boy genius Harry Potter and the Sorcere's Stone Shrek Monsters, Inc. Tom Cruise Cameron Crowe Vanilla Sky Ron Howard A Beautiful Mind How High Method Man Redman Not Another Teen Movie The majestic Jim Carrey Joe Somebody Tim Allen The Royal Ten
July 31, 2001 7:53am EST
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 13, 2000 -- Dimension Films' "Scream 3" made the weekend's biggest waves at the box office, holding on to first place despite 20th Century Fox's strong launch for Leonardo DiCaprio's "The Beach." "Scream 3" took a hefty second weekend drop but still sliced off an estimated $16.40 million (-53%) at 3,467 theaters (theater count unchanged, $4,730 per theater). Its total is approximately $57.1 million. In December 1997, "Scream 2's" second weekend gross of $13.9 million