|Genres||Drama, Horror, Foreign|
|US Release Date||10/29/2010|
The short-film anthology is uneven at best.
Is it weird that I already want four of these women to win 'American Idol'?
Which deserves the crown?
We take some guesses.
Scribe seems comfortable in the Marvel Universe
<em>Zack and Miri</em><em> </em>may be the funniest comedy we’ve seen all year, a surprisingly smart, raunchy -- even sweet film. You’ll have a blast with this one.
<em>Stranger Than Fiction</em> has the pedigree to be quirkily great. For some people, that will be enough to trick themselves into loving it. But the non-fiction here is that the greatness begins and ends with the movie's marvelous title.
Could the bloom be off the rose that is the relationship between family-oriented Walt Disney Inc. and its edgy subsidiary Miramax Films? Also: Tom Sizemore Universal NBC Kiefer Sutherland Nick Warnock Quentin Tarantino John Whitehead 60 Minutes II
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb. 29, 2000 -- The only thing scarier than a serial-killer movie is a serial-killer movie with an NC-17 rating. Scary to distributors, anyhow. "American Psycho" So Lions Gate Entertainment and director Mary Harron have snipped part of a supposedly explicit sex scene from "American Psycho," the forthcoming big-screen version of Bret Easton Ellis' novel about decadence, murder and rich young New York types. The editing did the trick: The Motion Picture Association of Amer
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|Harry Cleven||Actor||the taxi driver||1||1000003|
|Charlotte Guibbaud||Actor||Ana as a teenager||1||1000004|
|Cassandra Foret||Actor||Ana as a little girl||1||1000005|
|Manu Dacosse||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.