"Unbeatable Harold" is strikingly anachronistic.
Although well-made and periodically persuasive, doc is nonetheless disconcerting, since its central thesis is likely dangerously wrong.
A violent, cartoonish noir that amazingly still manages to be crushingly dull.
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Weekend:$32.5M
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Weekend:$13.1M
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
"Naked Ambition" is a skin-deep portrait of the adult-film world.
Ultimately resembling an elongated episode of "The Office," were it stripped of humor and played for Scorsesean pathos.
Purportedly based on the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi, "That Game of Chess" is a remarkably straightforward tale of an immigrant's corruption and redemption in a new land, told with a remarkable…
After bubbling on the cusp of stardom for several years, Sienna Miller may finally be poised to boil over into the mainstream with a host of new films, targeted at both arthouses and multiplexes.
It takes time to adjust to life-altering changes, and network execs and advertisers all but went through the Kubler-Ross stages of grief when confronted with DVR's commercial-skip technology, ranging…
"Perestroika" is Slava Tsukerman's semi-autobiographical story of a returning Russian refugee into a deeply strange, breezily existential cocktail of Milan Kundera and Federico Fellini.
For a first feature, director Jeremy Alter's "The Perfect Sleep" is admirably ambitious, an attempt to sculpt an otherworldly, postmodern noir out of gauzy tableaux vivants and fever-dream imagery…