Production emerges as a one-joke proposition spread very thin over 80 minutes of actual stagetime.
Everyone's family has drama, complexity and intrigue, but in just about any related contest, Rachel Leah Jones would win.
Among several recent documentaries about Detroit, the elegiac "Detropia" is perhaps the most aesthetically pleasing, if not the most informative or insightful.
The film provides a cautionary tale as it chronicles several years in the endlessly self-recorded life of Chris Crocker, who won fame with his 2007 "Leave Britney alone!" YouTube rant.
Hindsight allows David France's stirring "How to Survive a Plague" a concise overview's clarity and an epic narrative shape, with a happy ending to boot.
Omnibus feature brings energy and diverse story ideas to the found-footage horror subgenre, but overstays its welcome at nearly two hours.
Hungry alien visitors try to make a meal out of a quaint Irish coastal village in "Grabbers," a comedy creature thriller that is a polished, watchable genre entertainment.
Pic doesn't rise much above sitcom level in material or execution, but provides enough laughs and goodwill to be disarmingly entertaining.
"Wrong" is a curious tale about a man searching for his dog in a suburban bubble where everything is a little askew.
Pic is an offbeat character study about a bodybuilder whose shyness leads him to look for an arranged bride in Thailand.
Though "Bridesmaids'" success last year made it clear dudes aren't the only ones who enjoy a good raunchy comedy, it's unlikely folks of any gender are going to get many laughs from charmless…