Chris Evans and Michelle Monaghan battle valiantly to keep the banter frothy and the bromides fresh in "Playing It Cool," a broad romantic comedy that submits the genre to such a rigorous…
Match-play golf mixes with evil gamblers and the Christian ethics of Middle America in "The Squeeze," a heavy-handed morality play supported by beautifully shot footage on the links and well-cast con…
Faith is literally blind in inspirational sports drama "23 Blast," the fact-based tale of a high-school football player who suddenly loses his sight, but not his place on the team. Drawn up using…
In first-time director Jeffrey Radice's "No No: A Dockumentary," the story of Dock Ellis, who famously threw a no-hitter on LSD for the Pittsburgh Pirates, begins as a celebration of the wild times…
Tom Werner's career arc may be taking him from exec producer of "That '70s Show" to czar of the Show. In the past week, Werner has emerged as a dark horse candidate to succeed Bud Selig as baseball…
A by-the-numbers tale of inspiration through perspiration.
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.
A good-looking piece of propaganda that's heavy on sugar-coating and light on nutritional value.