Color Me Kubrick

{loadpositioncontent_adsensecontent2} Alan Conway, a second rate con artist who passed himself off as Stanley Kubrick in the London area during the early 1990s, gets away with a few drinks, a few pounds, a few seductions and a few moments in the sun ? capitalizing on the public?s need to rub shoulders

Swing Girls

{loadpositioncontent_adsensecontent2} From the director of the ever-popular hit Waterboys, comes Swing Girls, a wonderful Japanese film that puts the swing back into Big Band Jazz with the unlikeliest group of musicians, as they pour their souls into every standard. From "Take the A Train" to "Moonlight Serenade"

Le Grand Chef Le Grand Chef is a clever film is based on the bestselling manga Sik-gaek by Heo Yeong-Nam, with acting as sharp as the knife which the film revolves around... Introduced during a press conference when a Japanese representative brings out a cooking knife of a special


Woody Allen's Celebrity begins and ends with a cry for help - in skywriting above the streets of Manhattan - but we would do him and his very entertaining new movie a kindness by pretending not to notice. Certainly Celebrity has "Something To Tell Us" about