In any film with a mystery at its center, the denouement is bound to be unsatisfying. This is true of Vegas buddy comedy "The Hangover," but only to a point.
What the band lacks in consistency, they make up for in unerringly keen melodic instincts.
Show featured a kind of insouciant (and dare one say, youthful) energy rarely seen in a 30-year-old act.
Oscar wants to know that the actors it honors aren't just being themselves.
Supernatural thriller is nowhere near as bad as its invisible marketing strategy might suggest.
Suicidal-teen melodrama feels destined for marginal DVD release after a brief theatrical run.
During February's Academy Awards broadcast, the focus returned again and again to the performers from "Slumdog Millionaire." From the attractive young budding-star leads Dev Patel and Freida Pinto to…
A semi-serious comedy about employees at a third-rate strip-mall electronics store.
Although Them Crooked Vultures are certainly one of the best projects ever to be saddled with that label, their fierce stand at the Wiltern nonetheless could not transcend it.
A well-made, insightful documentary that asks some hard questions while leaving just as many unanswered.
Delightfully rambling and unexpectedly moving, Daniel Raim's fly-on-the-wall portrait of legendary production designer Robert Boyle and his illustrious friends stands as a bittersweet love letter to…