|US Release Date||11/30/2002|
Joaquin Phoenix and an invisible Scarlett Johansson are horrifyingly touching in the strange romance of Spike Jonze's new film.
These athletes showed that when it comes to TV, they don't have to give up their day jobs.
What it lacks in coherency, RZA's 'Iron Fists' makes up for in balls-to-the-wall weirdness.
A celebration of daytime's best.
It's like an awards show for stay-at-home moms!
See what's happening on the second official day of the world's biggest pop culture fest!
Move over Daniel-San -- there's a new kid in town.
This erotically charged sizzler from Oscar-winning director Ang Lee is a brilliant look at how the best-laid plans of freedom fighters during wartime can backfire, especially when sex with the enemy is a fundamental part of their deadly scheme.
One of the most entertaining movies of the year so far, Kill Bill Vol. 2 is twice as good as its predecessor and about half as violent.
Colorful and stunningly choreographed, Iron Monkey is entertaining from start to finish, even if the story is little more than Robin Hood recast.
|Anthony Wong Chau-Sang||Actor||n/a||1||1000007|
|Wong Ping-hung||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.