Films and TV based upon Kurt Vonnegut’s writings, often with him as screenwriter. For those of you who would rather watch TV than read a book this list is for you, and you know who you are:
In the battle over next generation DVDs, pornography could prove to be the XXX factor that helps determine a winner. Thirty years ago, VHS toppled Betamax in part because of the adult film industry, and now some see blue movies playing a key role
Tax protester and gun smuggler Hess (1923-1994) became a successful journalist who made a well-publicized intellectual journey from Goldwater speechwriter to libertarian compatriot of Murray Rothbard.
Documentary about recruits going to war in Iraq.
In an absurd comedy of errors, a freedom-loving Iraqi journalist is mistaken as Tony Blair's would-be assassin and sent to Abu Ghraib Prison where he discovers the true meaning of liberation. Bent on forcing Yunis to confess to crimes he did not
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. and NBC Universal are teaming up to launch what they are calling the Internet's largest video distribution network, aimed at providing a library of advertiser-supported online entertainment including full-length mo
(Why Haliburton HQ picked up and moved to Dubai. The Bush administration is going to make sure that someone at Paramount has to stay after school for this movie. The references to Cheney and Haliburton are too close for comfort :)
The founders of the United States wrote the Constitution to control the force of government power entrusted to elected and appointed officials in order that the citizenry could explore, develop, and create ideas to make the best life they could for t
As documentary filmmakers, Debbie Melnyk and Rick Caine looked up to Michael Moore. Then they tried to do a documentary of their own about him and ran into the same sort of resistance Moore himself famously faces in his own films.
"300", at $70 million, is the third best “R” rated movie opening of all time after ‘The Matrix Reloaded ($91.8 million) and ‘The Passion of the Christ’ (83.8 million)
Well, if you know of the Spartans and the battle at Thermopylae, then you know the story. But thanks to the state of public education, most people do not. For those of you who slept through Ancient History 101....
Oh Yoko!!! That closing song on "Imagine," one of John Lennon's best-ever solo albums, could be serving as a moviemaker's lament today. Attorneys for Yoko Ono, Lennon's widow, put a halt to what would have been the world premi
Mr. Bush was Xerxes, the Persian emperor who led his force against Greek’s city states in 480 B.C., unleashing an army on a small country guarded by fanatical guerilla fighters so he could finish a job his father had left undone.
Warner Bros. Pictures is developing a feature on the lives of Valerie Plame and Joseph Wilson, the Washington couple at the center of the CIA leak scandal, Daily Variety reported on Friday.
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A two-hour screenplay is almost complete and filming is to start this year with release in 2008. It is being written by Randall Wallace, who wrote the Mel Gibson epic Braveheart, and is backed by Lion's Gate Entertainment.
Larry Reed spoke with great passion about an upcoming movie, that he could not rate highly enough in his encouragement to go see it again and again, and tell all your friends. We seem to get one freedom movie a year as balance to all the others.
Around the world churches will be singing the song in atticipation of a movie about the freeing of a people enslaved by an Empire.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has launched its long-awaited online movie download store, entering a market that has yet to catch on with consumers but is expected to grow rapidly. A "beta" version of the online video store, which debuted Tuesday
A consortium of movie studios and technology companies backing the encryption system for high-definition DVDs confirmed that hackers have stolen "title keys" and used them to decrypt high-definition DVDs through flaws in DVD player software
At least someone was happy Sharon Stone reprised her notorious femme-fatale role with "Basic Instinct 2." The box-office bomb received 7 nominations for the Razzie Awards that mock the bottom of Hollywood's barrel, among them worst pict
The film thoroughly and skillfully explain the context in which something as heinous as Abu Ghraib could happen, it attempts to understand the psychology of those involved. Interviews with members of military intelligence, military police, inmates fr
The first Adolph Hitler Comedy in German. (Movie Trailers)
After nineteen years, 64-year-old Harrison Ford can't wait to reunite with the old crew and start working on the fourth “Indiana Jones” installment which is planned to be ready by 2008.
A patented technology created by Warner Bros. in collaboration with AOL involves digitally realigning and sharpening the older film negatives of classic movies shot on Technicolor three-strip film. Known as Ultra Resolution, nominated for a Academy A
Year by year listing of movie by how much money they made.
The companies behind an encryption system for high-definition DVDs are looking into a hacker's claim that he has cracked the code protecting the new discs from piracy, a spokesman for one of the companies said.
"Shepherd" is an impressionistic history lesson about the CIA that offers an alternative perspective on America's role in the world and its justification for intervening in the affairs of other nations.
The true story of how French, German and British soldiers, who one day were enemies, then become brothers.
"I am a great fan of her work," Jolie says of Rand. "It is a very complicated project and it has to be just right. It is being written now and we all agree, if it can't be done right, we're not going to do it."