REVIEW – Don’t feel bad if you aren’t familiar with Martin Kreuzpaintner’s film Trade. Before reviewing it, I wasn’t either. Now I understand why. While Kreuzpaintner makes a noble effort to raise awareness of sexual
Last Friday marked the ninth screening at the Eastern State Penitentiary for the Secret Cinema, the 15-year-old brainchild of Temple alumnus Jay Schwartz. Nearly a hundred guests were neatly seated in the narrow corridor of
NEW YORK – One is a rough-around-the-edges Brit who permeates a masculine musk from every pore. The other is a balding schlub who could pass for your local postman. Yet despite these differences, Clive Owen
If director James McTeigue can’t spruce up a movie, it’s doomed to Blockbuster purgatory. The assistant director of “Star Wars: Episode 2 – Attack of the Clones” and “The Matrix” trilogy co-directs “The Invasion,” loosely
In the music business, there is undeniable shame and desperation for a one hit wonder. In the film “Music and Lyrics,” Hugh Grant leaves “Bridget Jones Diary” behind and becomes Alex Fetcher, a 80s pop
Kate Winslet and her co-star, Patrick Wilson, sat down with “The Temple News” to discuss their new drama “Little Children,” as well as diversifying film roles and Hollywood hype. “The script was fantastic,” Winslet said.