|US Release Date||01/01/1993|
The Sundance lineup shows just how much attention indie films are getting nowadays from big-name actors.
Cruz and Hirsch play a couple who fall in love during the Bosnian War.
We try to navigate the Top 10 lists of Sight & Sound, Empire Magazine, and John Waters.
British theatre mogul Andrew Lloyd Webber has finally discovered the cause of his ongoing health battle - medics accidentally cut into a vein during an acupuncture procedure.
Never change, Tom. Never change.
Who took home that oh-so-fabulous mirror ball trophy?
Gender treachery, dripping with style
Believe it or not, the new Disney film contains three gags that hearken back to Mitch Hurwitz's series.
British rocker Drew Mcconnell is urging fans to keep cell phones safe at concerts after a recent spate of thefts during gigs in the U.K.
A possible fake prodigal son presses Neal Caffrey into butler duty.
|David Ticchi||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000001|
Ben Affleck's early Oscar contender 'Argo' is a political thriller you have to see to believe. Based on the astonishing true story of the unconventional rescue of six U.S. diplomats from Tehran during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis, it's something only Hollywood could dare to dream up. In honor of Argo we look back other movies whose stories are so outrageous and unbelievable they had to be true because, well, they were.
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.