Brotherly love tale weightier than its baseball road-trip premise might indicate.
An unfunny, manipulative romance about two unlikable people and their prop of a son.
A frantic, at times too-broad comedy about the travails of a recent lotto winner.
Blessed with a deep warmth that belies her music's sprawling complexity, Newsom's superlative 95-minute recital welcomed the audience into her eccentric world like a gracious dinner host.
Nostalgia ultimately gets the best of director Rob Reiner in "Flipped."
The Wildest Dream: Conquest of Everest" is a solid, gorgeous-looking docu marred only slightly by a tendency to bury the lead -- namely, its subject, George Mallory. Retracing the steps of the famed…
Considering the triumph of WWII miniseries "The Pacific" in this year's Emmy nominations (an explosive haul of 24), it would seem counterintuitive to claim that the miniseries format is in crisis.
A lovably bonkers quasi-docu from Super Furry Animals frontman Gruff Rhys.
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