Not so much a traditional sequel as a hallucinogenic riff on an entire franchise, "Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning" plays like the fevered fantasy of a die-hard genre fan who requires only the…
Someday, someone will make a movie in which the protagonist seizes a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and doesn't blow it off to coach and/or root for younger people at an inconveniently timed…
Seventeen years after he scored at Sundance with "The Brothers McMullen," prolific multihyphenate Edward Burns returns to family business with "The Fitzgerald Family Christmas," an unpretentiously…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
The latest and arguably least coherent entry in the long-running series starring Milla Jovovich as a straight-shooting, ass-kicking heroine who battles zombies inadvertently spawned by a…
A labor-of-love biodoc that nonetheless offers a warts-and-all evaluation of its subject, "Iceberg Slim: Portrait of a Pimp" intrigues and illuminates.
An initially intriguing but unduly protracted drama by Indian writer-director Girish Kasaravalli.
A textbook example of a well-crafted feel-good doc ready-made for airing during PBS pledge drives, "Men at Lunch" is infectiously and unabashedly uplifting as it celebrates the American immigrant…
This enervating muddle of paranormal nonsense manages the difficult feat of seeming frenzied and lethargic all at once.
A by-the-playbook, family-friendly basketball comedy that never strays outside the paint, "Thunderstruck" likely won't score much coin during its limited theatrical runs.
Despite the admirable efforts of its three well-cast leads to affectingly illuminate all the facets of their complicated, even contradictory characters, Ya-che Yang's "Girlfriend Boyfriend" comes off…
With a pulpy scenario hand-tooled for filming in any anonymous foreign clime, and Christian Slater in the sort of two-fisted lead role that once provided steady employment for the likes of Chuck…