Delving into the African war machine that turns innocent children into murdering soldiers is not an easy topic to digest, despite expert direction and a pair of steely young actors.
Rachel Weisz shares about her busy filming schedule for "Oz the Great and Powerful" and "The Bourne Legacy."
His interest in the early ’90s indie film movement led him to enroll in a two-month course at the New York Film Academy.
Webber, who wrote, directed, and stars in "The End of Love," may just be the indie world's newest leading man.
Jon Lucas, with his writing partner Scott Moore make their first foray into feature film directing with “21 and Over,” a story about a med student celebrating his 21st birthday.
Gubler is a graduate of the prestigious NYU Tisch School of the Arts and an accomplished director of music videos, mockumentaries, and short films.
As technological and cost barriers between actors and audiences break down, one of the best ways to stay competitive is to create your own best role.
Bryan Singer’s bland, violent fantasy film, starring Nicholas Hoult and Ewan McGregor, may scare kids but will probably underwhelm everybody else.
A testosterone-pumped crime drama makes up for plot holes with the seductive characterizations of Ray Winstone and Ben Drew as two thuggish detectives.
The great thrill of this glossy, sexy, pervy thriller—starring Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode, and Nicole Kidman—is in recalling the clues dropped on the way, along with those lingering close-ups of material possessions that practically amount to commercials.