After spending two decades sidelining as a wedding videographer to fund his career as a documentarian, Doug Block has turned his former vocation into its own documentary.
Caradog W. James' film wobbles trying to balance its "thinking man's sci-fi" aspirations with its more standard action content.
A cartoonish and crudely staged dramatization of a disturbing true crime.
Writer-director-star Luke Moran's drama about Abu Ghraib is an ambitious if not particularly revealing debut.
This horror omnibus could hardly be more tame, talky or tepid.
Apart from its Iranian-American milieu, this innocuous romantic comedy is strictly formulaic.
Noisy battle scenes a la "Transformers" and "Starship Troopers" mar this pedestrian animated sequel to H.G. Wells' original story.
Lightning doesn't strike twice for the writing-directing team behind "The Oh in Ohio."