The universal theme of principle vs. necessity gets a workout in first-time writer-director Kimberly Levin's languid but inexorably powerful morality play "Runoff."
There's certainly humor running through writer-director-star Clark Gregg's "Trust Me," the tale of an inept agent for child actors; it's just that not all of it feels intentional.
This fact-based buddy movie about 2009 Kentucky Derby longshot keeps the cliches coming.
Solid acting overcomes a lack of dynamic tension in this family-friendly film.
Michael Kristoff's film about a young lawyer who wants to be a lounge singer never finds its voice.
The grim joke in Boston around the time of the highway renovation project known as the Big Dig, which ran a tunnel under the Charles River, was that the rash of bodies being exhumed as investigators…
The script, while largely historically accurate, is undermined by stilted dialogue, and the pic is laced with ill-fitting parts that wind up literally all over the matte.
Aiming to provide a framework by which the former president can be tried for murder for taking the U.S. to war with Iraq under false pretenses, Vincent Bugliosi's docu presents little new evidence.
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