Sharply satirical and playfully dorky without getting bogged down in its own mythology.
In the mid-1990s, after releasing two records on a local indie label, San Diego pop-punk trio Blink 182 signed with MCA, where they went on to sell more than 20 million records.
A solid telefilm that could well become the new standard for high school classes and scholars.
The film is a promising misfire from a director who can effortlessly sculpt a mood.
An outstanding documentary exploration of the travails of four deaf entertainers.
A spectacularly boring chamber thriller from writer-director Mark H. Young.
A rebound relationship is always a tricky proposition.
Precious little tension to be found between co-leads Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan.
Shoestring psychological thriller is a bit too silly and poorly acted to attract a big audience.
A superb piece of filmic journalism.