Obviously sincere but unremarkably bland, "Deep in the Heart" provides only a modest amount of uplift while recounting the true-life story of Richard Wallrath, a Texas businessman and philanthropist…
A scrappy documentary that compensates with involving storytelling for what it lacks in technical polish.
Like many ambitious experiments, Miller's mashup of semi-improvised drama and cinema-verite stylistics is only fitfully successful.
Unabashedly amateurish in conception and execution, "Bindlestiffs" nonetheless contains enough rude-and-crude humor to indicate modest potential as homevid and cable fodder.
A plot synopsis of "Comforting Skin" might sound like a comedy -- and what appears onscreen certainly will elicit derisive giggles and snarky comments during the pic's more over-the-top melodramatic…
A riveting portrait of an actor on the verge of a nervous breakdown -- or, quite possibly, something worse.
The latest chapter of the popular vamp franchise extends the mythos and sustains the excitement of its predecessors.
Audiences primed by trailers and TV spots to anticipate a straight-up man-vs.-nature action-thriller -- something like Liam Neeson in "Tangles With Wolves" -- may find "The Grey" to be at once more…
Despite the palpable air of deja vu that hangs over it like a light fog, "The Devil Inside" generates a fair amount of suspense during sizable swaths of its familiar but serviceable exorcism-centric…
A modestly inventive and involving variation on a standard-issue sci-fi doomsday scenario.
While the sheer novelty of a feature about lacrosse may be enough to generate some aud curiosity about "A Warrior's Heart," this respectably crafted but thoroughly predictable indie rarely deviates…