The difficulties of adapting idiosyncratic literature to the screen are all too apparent in "The Trouble With Bliss," which turns Douglas Light's well-received debut novel into a misfired quirkfest…
Inauspiciously billed as a life-affirming descendant of "Little Miss Sunshine" and "The Full Monty," "Reuniting the Rubins" proves as drearily formulaic as the weakest of those films' myriad…
A smug San Francisco couple's status quo is shaken by the overtures of a second, sexually rapacious pair in "Yes, We're Open."
After the indie songfests "Colma: The Musical" and "Fruit Fly," H.P. Mendoza goes in another direction entirely with "I Am a Ghost," the writer-helmer's idiosyncratic wade into horror terrain.
The current GOP nomination race has many wondering how things shifted so far right that Republicans risk alienating much of their own membership.
Continuing a collaboration between helmer/co-writer Dave Boyle and musician-turned-thesp Goh Nakamura that began with last year's "Surrogate Valentine," "Daylight Savings" offers more of the drolly…
A pokey but pleasant romantic drama, "Touch" chronicles the developing attraction between a withdrawn Vietnamese-American manicurist and a working-class Joe in need of clean hands to address his…
The film pays homage to a composer who remains perhaps the most warmly accessible figure in the American musical avant-garde.
"Feature-length dance musicvideo" only begins to capture the delights of "Girl Walk // All Day."
Best known offshore as author of the novel on which Baltasar Kormakur's 2000 "101 Reykjavik" is based, Icelandic painter/ writer Hallgrimur Helgason has won plenty of regional attention for his other…
Pic is a pleasing romantic comedy about a double-plus-sized guy who falls in love with his trainer.