A cheaper, cheesier sequel that's worse than its predecessor on every level (save being a half-hour shorter) and takes no special advantage of the stereoscopic process.
A psychological thriller requires some psychology as well as thrills, two things almost entirely absent from "Gut."
"The Zen of Bennett" captures octogenarian crooner Tony in the studio recording last year's "Duets II" with a lineup of (mostly) much younger music stars.
Ad exec Deborah Riley Draper's film debut is plenty appealing in description. In execution, however, its near-exclusive reliance on vintage photos and latter-day talking heads grows monotonous…
Freedom is good and the Taliban is very bad in "Black Tulip," a well-intentioned drama that would play much better if it didn't feel the need to make that message quite so heavy-handedly obvious.
Change-of-pace comedy for director/co-scenarist Terry George ("Hotel Rwanda," "Reservation Road") starts pleasantly if formulaically enough, then loses its grip amid a series of plot contrivances…
Psychological suspenser "Nor'easter" reps a promising if not entirely satisfying feature debut for writer-helmer Andrew Brotzman.
Billed as the completion of an informal trilogy about Southern California musicians, following 1987's "Border Radio" and 1999's "Sugar Town," Allison Anders and Kurt Voss' "Strutter" is a genial…
Yet another example of uninspired faux-found-footage horror, this first feature for helmer Corey Grant and his scenarists finds a crew of Los Angeles filmmakers driving north to investigate the…
"Atlas Shrugged: Part II -- The Strike" is consistent with its predecessor as a somewhat awkward translation of Ayn Rand's 1957 novel to our current era, handled with bland telepic-style competency.
The documentary's broad theme necessitates quick, superficial treatment of myriad underlying causes, but it's a solid, fairly even-handed spur for discussion that will be particularly welcome in…