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.
Review of a disappoiting "comedy" film about a son introducing his straight-laced girlfriend to his uninhibited family. Stars Diane Keaton, and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Disneys Biggest Special Effects movie ever made!
Death, AIDS, heroin, addiction, rejection why write songs about these hideously depressing subjects? Who cares . sing along!
REDEYE: A long, bumpy flight, a charismatic actress, and a predictable landing.
Gazelle necked Keira Knightly straps on attiude and military gear to portray real life bounty hunter Domino Harvey.....and applies a bit too much gloss.
Dark Horse: Dagur Karis slacker film follows the early footsteps of Jarmusch and Kourismaki
A review of Walt Disney's "Chicken Little"
Richard Bracewell's 'The Gigolos' sparks attention in International Feature Competition at AFI Fest; stars Sacha Tarter and Trevor Sather shine in roles of pals who become competing gigolos.
AFI fest delights with Danish director Dagur Kari's romp 'Dark Horse.'
Director Arie Posin and writer Zac Stanford's feature debut is part "Candide," part "Donnie Darko" - suburban satire with a twist.