Competition docu "Ping Pong" follows eight players from around the globe as they participate in an international summit: The difference is that this is table tennis for seniors, with octogenarians on…
Josh Melrod and Tara Wray's insinuating docu will delight fans of the form, while inspiring the unconverted to visit their local zine and comix store.
Billed as "a holiday movie for all of us," "Scrooge & Marley" is in fact very niche, being of and for that segment of the gay community that enjoys watered-down camp and syrupy empowerment messages.
Mary Zimmerman's latest adaptation finds her inventive stagecraft as alluring as ever, and by the end, this Buddhist fable achieves its own poetic gravitas.
Predictably crass, gory and potty-mouthed, Matthias Hoene's first theatrical feature is a lively affair as these things go, but lacks the distinctive humor and performances more discriminating tastes…
The "ick" factor is high in "American Mary," though to the credit of sophomore feature writer-helmers Jen and Sylvia Soska, those squirms are induced as much psychologically as by graphic surgical…
There are long buildups, and then there's "Resolution," a movie that's virtually all nothing-much-happening setup until a still-teasing titular event that occupies just a few final seconds.
An unnerving home-invasion thriller, "In Their Skin" achieves full creepy impact without succumbing to cheap genre thrills or cool arthouse abstraction.
"Deep Dark Canyon" is essentially an old-fashioned, nice-outlaws-on-the-run meller redolent of everything from "High Sierra" to "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid."
Three environmental activists around the globe are profiled in "Elemental," and while their efforts are duly inspiring and the related issues imposing, Gayatri Roshan and Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee's…
A scenic cross-country tour without much substance, writer-director-star Drew Denny's debut feature "The Most Fun I've Ever Had With My Pants On" follows two young women from the California desert to…