This modestly scaled, moderately involving enterprise earnestly addresses hot-button issues of terrorism, racism and bullying.
Intriguing if somewhat unsatisfying, Jason Banker's semi-improvised feature is an ostensible horror movie with little actual horror content.
Despite some structural issues, this high-grade concert film will enthrall fans and amuse more open-minded newbies.
Mischa Barton plays a grieving woman who winds up in an unfortunate living situation in this simultaneously murky and silly take on the afterlife.
This silly throwback to the post-"Psycho" shockers of the '60s offers a sluggish giallo-like murder mystery spiked with grotesque sadism.
A decade of hits rivaling those in “Jersey Boys” and “Mamma Mia!” in terms of boomer nostalgia value is the estimable main selling point of “Beautiful -- The Carole King Musical,” which despite its…
Brian Percival delivers a quietly effective and engaging adaptation of Markus Zusak's WWII-set novel.
Veteran docu producer/director Bill Couturie extends his line of films built around ordinary citizens' historically significant correspondence with "Letters to Jackie: Remembering President Kennedy."
Produced for a fraction of the budget of Marvel's 'Thor' pics, this cheerfully silly action fantasy is unpretentious fun best suited to younger viewers.
Director Alain Chartrand revisits the roiling political landscape of his youth in this capably crafted flashback to 1969 Quebec.
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