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"Lonely Place"

"Lonely Place" The Los Angeles International Short Film Festival recently screened "Lonely Place" an award winning short film by up and coming director Kevin Langdon Ackerman.

White Rainbow Depicts the Misfortunes of Indian Widowhood

White Rainbow Depicts the Misfortunes of Indian Widowhood The Mandrayars knew that producing a film about Indian widow abuse would require courage, imagination, and some undercover photography...

Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Wins 'Best In Show'

Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Wins 'Best In Show' The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers added six new awards to its collection Monday when the 2004 DVD Awards were announced in Hollywood.

Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence

Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence "Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence", is the work of acclaimed writer/director Mamoru Oshii's, is his long awaited sequel to "Ghost in the Shell" one of the most successful anime films of all time...

Collateral

Collateral 'In a city of 17 million where no one knows each other would they even notice a dead body on the MTA?'

Little Black Book Is A Cute Little Movie

Little Black Book Is A Cute Little Movie "Little Black Book," a delightful new comedy from Director Nick Hurran?

"What the #$*! Do We Know?" Hardly Tells Us

"What the #$*! Do We Know?" Hardly Tells Us When "What the Bleep" is stripped of its special effects and lets its characters go home, it feels like just a bunch of weird science.

Kill Bill Kills All, Gives Classic Kung Fu New Life

Kill Bill Kills All, Gives Classic Kung Fu New Life Kill Bill: Volume 1 surges from the screen like a tsunami, swollen with energy and proof of the fact that hell hath no fury like the cold, deadpan stare of former assassin Uma Thurman scorned.

The Village

The Village This blockbuster is going to have to do a lot of block busting!!!!!!

Get Rebourne Into a Supreme Film

Get Rebourne Into a Supreme Film A burst of suspenseful and tantalizing entertainment has just hit the movie theatres. "The Bourne Supremacy" is rocking every city right now with such anticipation that keeps you on the edge of your seat, gripping the armrest, in hope that one man, Jason Bourne, will defy those after him, like he did in the first installation of "The Bourne Identity." But, really, why worry? He didn't need any help the first time, he did just fine, and he only gets better.

A Cinderella Story - Review

A Cinderella Story - Review The twist to A Cinderella Story that takes it beyond the classic fairy tale is the fact that the princess actively
participates in saving herself rather than just dreaming daily of a princely rescue.

The Latest AI Flick: "I,Robot Review"

The Latest AI Flick: "I,Robot Review" I, Robot has some stunning visual effects that bring a little extra to this flick, but for the most part, don't be expecting any surprises.

Sleepover - Review

Sleepover - Review Julie's sleepover gets supercharged when she and her friends are challenged to a scavenger hunt by the "popular" girls.

Summer Movie Preview

Summer Movie Preview Sure, there's Spider Man 2 and Catwoman, but what else will be playing at your local theater this summer?

Napoleon Dynamite - Film Review

Napoleon Dynamite - Film Review Napoleon Dynamite and company are quirky and often bizarre, "....Will you bring me my Chapstick? My lips hurt real bad!"

Travel Back in Time with "Broadway: The Golden Age" - Review

Travel Back in Time with "Broadway: The Golden Age" - Review "Broadway: The Golden Age" celebrates and documents a time when the theatre was one of the most popular forms of entertainment. This film truly takes the audience back to a unique time in the history of theatre, when it was immensely popular, and incredibly original and entertaining.

48 Hours, 7 People, 1 Film

48 Hours, 7 People, 1 Film Can you make a short film in 48 hours? Thirty five Los Angeles filmmaking teams this weekend tried. We were one of them.

"Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy"

"Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy" THIS JUST IN…
Melodrama and slapstick at its finest. A frolicking good time for one and all. In theaters July 9th.

"Troy": Homer's "Iliad" with Some New Twists

"Troy": Homer's "Iliad" with Some New Twists A war between the two great empires erupts when the young prince from Troy, Paris (Orlando Bloom) has an affair with Helen (Diane Kruger). The Spartans, led by their greatest warrior, Achilles (Brad Pitt), attack Troy at their city walls.

57th Annual Cannes Film Festival May 12 - 23, 2004

57th Annual Cannes Film Festival May 12 - 23, 2004 The Cannes Film Festival was originally conceived in 1939 in response to French outrage at being passed over at the Venice Film Festival.

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