Film & TV Articles
Depending on what minority crowd you run with youll hear that the mutants in X-Men: The Last Stand are really a symbolic representation of either gays, race (pick any but Caucasian), women, transsexuals probably even pitbulls.
The full circle of adaptation: Los Angeles Times Festival of Books Event Proclaims UCLA/Westwood Village as Site for upcoming Los Angeles Film Festival
If you go see Friends With Money, you'll be wasting yours.
"Big Dreams Little Tokyo" is the promising indie, directed by David Boyle, that promises big laughs and lots of fun.
Robin Williams leads his family on the ride of their life - dodging obstacles ...and the Gornickes - on the Munro family RV trip
Ricardo de Montreuil's Latin American triumph, "La Mujer de Mi Hermano" is poised to take the United States by storm as a universal drama about love and deception.
An Inspiration Film is a movie that inspires us, lifts our spirit, or transforms our lives.
Amanda Bynes continues to develop a film career and delivers in "She's The Man"!
"I'm mad as hell and I'm not gonna take it anymore!"
Review of Network (1976), as part of the 2006 programming season of AFI at ArcLight.
For Middle America Felicity Huffmans sex transitioning portrayal is like a shot of strong vodka its tough to swallow but chances are youll feel good afterward.
Franz Wisner's picture-perfect life took a turn for the worse when he was left at the altar and then "reorganized" on the job. But since this accidental author's decision to turn his honeymoon trip into a journey of bonding with his brother, he's made a healthy comeback with his memoir "Honeymoon With My Brother"- particulary since film rights were recently sold to Sony.
Paul Walker stars in Disney's Eight Below, which has been inspired by a true story and is an amazing story of survival, friendship, and adventure.
Harrison Ford enjoys himself at the party for Firewall's premiere.
Conventional filmmaking at its finest.
Steve Martin plays Inspector Clouseau in The Pink Panther and he has you laughing from the opening sequence to the end.
The outrageous stop-motion animation film Live Freaky! Die Freaky! pushes the boundaries of good taste.
Kate Beckinsdale shows copy cat A-list actresses what a real sci-fi heroine is - and she looks mighty hot doing it.
2006 Sundance Film Festival selection "No Umbrella" chronicles the frustrating Election Day 2004 for one ward in Cleveland, Ohio.
AFM Santa Monica Public Screenings Offer French Comedic Gem: Diane Kurys' "L'Anniversaire" ("The Birthday")
"Memoirs of a Geisha" is a beautiful, yet uninfinished cinematic painting of the celebrated Arthur Golden novel by the same name.