| Dec 18, 2013
This Central American nation is fast becoming a prime destination for winter travelers looking to trade cold and slush for sun and surf. But this country's riches are found not only in its tropical jungles and white sand beaches; one of Panama's hottest...
| Jun 26, 2013
Luc Besson's 2010 film adaptation of “The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec” is finally crossing the pond. The French film, […]...
| Aug 14, 2013
“The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec” arrives on Blu-ray and DVD this week, bringing Jacques Tardi's intrepid heroine to American […]...
| Feb 1, 2013
The zombie apocalypse is on its way. “We've lost the East Coast.” “China's dark.” Indeed, things don't look promising for ......
| Nov 8, 2012
| 7:00 AM
For seven years, he was the most famous driver you never saw. And with the next James Bond film 'Skyfall' opening this week, you still won't see him in action. But he's there.
Known alternately as the Stig from BBC's "Top Gear," a stunt driver in such...
| Mar 16, 2011
China has become such an important market for U.S. entertainment companies that one studio has taken the extraordinary step of digitally altering a film to excise bad guys from the Communist nation lest the leadership in Beijing be offended.
| May 5, 2011
| 2:00 PM
Intriguing title aside, the mythical fire-breathers in "There Be Dragons" are strictly metaphorical. In both ambition and approach, "Dragons" echoes Roland Joffe's career-defining early work as he brings sweeping production values to overtly Christian...
| Jan 6, 2011
| 1:26 PM
Noted earlier for her roles in such movies as "Quantum of Solace" and "The Disappearance of Alice Creed," British actress Gemma Arterton came into her own with many critics for her title performance in director Stephen Frears' comedy - adapted from a...
| Jun 20, 2011
| 11:10 PM
As patrons sipped their chilled martinis — shaken, not stirred — fortunes of funny money were won and lost.
Red or black, odd or even, all was good fun at the roulette tables set up Thursday night for the Pacific Symphony's "The Music of...
| Dec 11, 2012
| 4:47 PM
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The fictional James Bond always had a license to kill, but new research suggests the suave spy's movies got more violent through the years.
"In fact, they got quite a bit more violent over time," said Dr. Robert Hancox, the...
| Dec 21, 2012
| 10:14 AM
One psychopath usually is enough for any movie, and it's actually a budding screenplay within the film that inspires the title of this offbeat action-comedy. Along with two friends (Sam Rockwell, Christopher Walken), the aspiring writer (Colin Farrell)...