Tim Grierson also reviews "The Paperboy," "Wuthering Heights," "V/H/S," and "The House I Live In."
Ben Affleck and Alan Arkin offer Academy Awards wisdom to Bryan Cranston.
"Twilight," "Treme," and Quentin Tarantino are among those taking advantage of Louisiana's tax credits.
Bryan Singer’s bland, violent fantasy film, starring Nicholas Hoult and Ewan McGregor, may scare kids but will probably underwhelm everybody else.
Right Ahead Productions is currently seeking talent for its feature film, “Words to Live By.”
"The Impossible," starring Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor, is prime Oscar bait, and Christopher Walken and Catherine Keener delight in "A Late Quartet."
As Director of Physical Production at USC's School of Cinematic Arts, Wallenstein supervises more than 2000 student films each year.
"American Hustle" got three wins from the New York Film Critics Circle.
Robert Carlyle’s hard-drinking former rocker turned farm worker is an entertaining presence, but the movie containing him spends too much time spinning its wheels.
Improbably, this buddy/road comedy wants McCarthy to have it both ways as a raunchy comic genius and as a sentimental softy. Even more improbably, she succeeds.