|Genres||Musical, Short Film, Comedy Drama|
|US Release Date||12/17/1999|
Nine years later, the tearjerker takes its final bow.
Things get really messy for the Botwins.
British actor Geoffrey Hutchings has died at the age of 71.
First-time director Marc Webb makes an impressive debut with this breezy, insightful and occasionally heartbreaking romantic comedy.
Two for the Money has great potential as a relevant, contemporary niche piece, but its seems to play it safe rather than take a gamble.
You may go in thinking In Good Company is just another ho-hum look at corporate America. But after being won over by the crafty script and engaging performances, you'll leave pleasantly surprised.
With all the best intentions on making an old-fashioned Western, Open Range just can't make it past its utterly pathetic dialogue and overdone plot. John Wayne is turning over in his grave.
Lucky Break is more charmless than charming
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 16, 2000 -- Tired of Oscar-worthy dramas? In the mood for (hey!) a teen flick? Your time is here (again). "Down to You," a Generation Y romance starring Freddie Prinze Jr. and Julia Stiles, leads the pack of new releases this week, presumably to the delight of the nation's mall rats. Elsewhere, a host of critically acclaimed (or in teenspeak: boring and long) films previously in limited engagements will add screens. That list includes: "Angela's Ashes," "A Map of the W
SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 10, 2000 -- It's official: The whole world loves stories about lecherous, unpleasant people! "American Beauty" Yes, "American Beauty" picked up where it left off at last month's Oscars, taking a field-best six awards at the British equivalent of the Academy Awards (officially known as the British Academy Film Awards). Kevin Spacey repeated as best actor with leading lady Annette Bening avenging her Oscar loss with a best actress win. The film was also named best
These successful-in-the-buff stars prove the link between nudity and Oscar gold.
From the Pon Farr to zero-gravity lovemaking to whatever was happening in 'Barbarella'