A noble yet ultimately unsuccessful attempt at an elegiac art film.
The tyranny of first impressions was particularly cruel to buzzed-about U.K. synthpop duo.
An abrasively unpleasant comedy, whose nauseating visual style and senseless "Benny Hill"-style editing are perfectly matched for the incompetence of its plotting and the humorlessness of its jokes.
Misguided pic manages to provide unintentional laughs by the barrel.
Filmmaker Matthew Scott Krentz is making the jump into the big leagues far too soon.
Beyonce Knowles' studious ascension from first lady of contemporary R&B to mononymous multitalent has been ongoing for the better part of a decade, but somewhere in the past 12 months, she seems to…
Singer, songwriter and walking modern-art project, Lady Gaga is not only 2009's biggest breakout star, she may well be the future of Twitter-era pop stardom as well.
In a world where a film's worth is determined by its opening weekend, Nora Ephron's "Julie and Julia" registers as uniquely resilient.