Box office hits add new wrinkle to a category recently dominated by arthouse fare.
A dispatch from Cleveland youth culture that marks a promising if uneven debut for writer-director Steven Caple Jr.
An emotional powerhouse of a documentary charting former NFL star Steve Gleason's battle with ALS.
A promising and impressively self-assured debut for 23-year-old filmmaker Miles Joris-Peyrafitte.
"X" marks the spot for David Duchovny on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. After nearly three decades of acting in film and television, Duchovny will finally land his star Jan. 25, the day after his most…
A hodgepodge of strong comic voices riffing their way through underdeveloped characters.
A fly-on-the-wall account of scandal-plagued former U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner's failed 2013 bid to become mayor of New York City.
Misanthropy runs in the family in "Trash Fire," an aggressively unpleasant black comedy with modest horror flourishes from director Richard Bates Jr.
Sian Heder's directorial debut is a strong showcase for female talent behind and in front of the camera.
Paul Rudd stars in a quirk-filled road trip pic that would've been among the hottest titles at Sundance 2004.
'The Hangover' star returns to TV in a FX comedy produced by Louis C.K.