Commentators who wondered if Roseanne Barr’s 2012 presidential candidacy was a joke may still have their doubts after “Roseanne for President!” This authorized portrait doesn’t do much to suggest…
Much more of a downer than "Searching for Sugar Man" — but also less daffy than last year's "The Identical," of which it sometimes plays like a docu version — the film poses disquieting questions…
This overwrought tale of two orphaned brothers and their violent hometown reunion fails to convince on several crucial levels, including plotting and dialogue.
Sporting plenty of twists but few surprises, this stylish yet derivative eOne day-and-date release seems most likely to be watched by viewers who — like its hero — stumble in by accident.
This feature directorial debut from actor Morgan Krantz (who also wrote and edited) has fine turns from Max Burkholder (TV's "Parenthood") and Daniele Watts ("Weeds") to recommend it, but it also…
Well timed in light of the unveiling of the Apple Watch, the sophomore feature "Creative Control" reps a big step forward for its cowriter-director, Benjamin Dickinson, following his promising "First…
While "Uncle Kent 2" ekes out a few funny moments over its brief running time, the movie is far less formally accomplished than Richard Kelly's similar end-of-the-world chronicles — or even the…
Filled with sleek and often surreal imagery, "The Visit" is served at a cool temperature; it fluctuates from fascinating to banal depending on the logistics under discussion.
Although the film hews closely to the usual reminiscence-doc formula, ample laughs — both from the original magazine pieces and from their creators' recollections — make this a real nonfiction…
Thought-provoking ideas about the ill psychological and sociological effects produced by expectations of "masculinity" are undermined by rambling and at times glib argumentation in "The Mask You Live…