| Jan 3, 2013
For 12-year-old Simon, the resilient central character in the Swiss drama "Sister," the ski season is a time of particular purpose. His daily gondola-lift rides to a tony mountaintop resort are not about sport but a matter of enterprise, a way of...
| Jan 3, 2013
*** (out of four)
I can’t say I expected Chicago-born Gillian Anderson (“The X-Files”) to appear in a small role in the Swiss drama “Sister.”
The film, recently named to the shortlist of possible nominees for the 2013...
| Mar 28, 2013
Is any animated feature produced by the Japanese treasure known as Studio Ghibli, responsible for "Spirited Away," "Ponyo" and others, capable of capturing a mass American audience's attention? Good question, especially in a box-office cycle dominated...
| Jan 30, 2013
The truth is still out there, and IDW is ready to search for it once more. San Diego-based IDW Publishing ......
| Feb 5, 2013
Studio Ghibli fans can get a glimpse of the Japanese animation studio's latest film ”From Up on Poppy Hill” in a ......
| Feb 25, 2013
"The X-Files" star Gillian Anderson is returning to TV in an untitled conspiracy thriller pilot for NBC also starring "666 Park Avenue's" Rachael Taylor....
| Mar 27, 2013
With “The X-Files,” Chris Carter created the template for the modern science-fiction series and influenced the direction of serialized storytelling ......
| Jan 26, 2012
| 9:43 AM
British comedy star Rowan Atkinson turns his pseudo-James Bond loose again in this sequel that isn't consistently funny but still has its moments ... especially one involving the star and a too-adjustable chair.
The banished English is brought back...
| Sep 4, 2011
All's Faire in Love
A college football star has to make up for his many absences by working at a Renaissance fair, where he falls for an aspiring actress. With Christina Ricci, Owen Benjamin, Cedric the Entertainer and Matthew Lillard. Written...
| May 21, 2012
| 7:38 AM
Sacred Heart's radio station does more than cater to the Sacred Heart community. They cater to their listeners. And their listeners, in turn, support the station. “We feel it's critical to be in the communities covering local news stories,&...
| Oct 18, 2012
| 2:02 PM
Last year’s Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival opened with a gamble: a little-known French film with no box-office stars that was not only shot in black-and-white, but came with another layer of anachronistic provocation. It was a silent...