Raunchy and clever satire of modern mores that's inoffensive enough to please all but the prudish.
Somewhat departs from the series' gay spin on the raunchy teen sex comedy in favor of semi-sincere romantic comedy
This muscular yet monotonous "Kane" just isn't much fun.
Film has some bright ideas and an appealing cast that only fly so high due to pedestrian execution.
The Mill Valley Film Festival has kept the focus on American indies since 1978. But with an array of prize winners from earlier fests screening, it's also starting to look like kudos season preview…
Film benefits from the comedy styles of Harrelson and Eisenberg even when the script runs thin.
The novel hook has nearly all humanity turned vamp.
"Paranormal's" path to commercial release has been a laborious one.
The show's San Francisco-launched touring edition should enchant nostalgics and newbies.
A fitfully intriguing and sometimes frustrating mix of documentary elements.
Pic is a bracingly loopy exercise that lives up to its Toronto fest billing.