Sibling filmmakers Adam and Aaron Nee ("The Last Romantic") offer an appealing mashup of quirky whimsy, caper-comedy suspense and wink-wink literary allusions in "Band of Robbers."
An all-too-familiar story of a charismatic yet self-destructive artist is presented with sympathetic tact — and, better still, a relatively happy ending — in "Sound of Redemption: The Frank Morgan…
Ho, ho, ho? No, not really.
Preteens and tweeners should enjoy the wild ride provided by "Capture the Flag," a Spanish-produced animated feature receiving a limited U.S. theatrical release through Paramount, while grown-ups can…
If you see only one 44-years-later postmortem on a critical and commercial misfire this season, it might as well be "Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans."
Based on fact but mired in cliches, "My All-American" pays respectful tribute to U. of Texas football legend Freddie Steinmark (1949-71) with the sort of on-the-nose sincerity that transforms…
A centuries-old horse race in a picturesque Italian city comes across as a brazenly corrupt, carnival-like contact sport in "Palio," director Cosima Spender's bemused view of the biannual event.
Given the dramatic potential of its nondenominational plot elements — high-school football, racial tensions in the 1970s Deep South, an appearance by a secular saint of college sports legend…
Montreal-based filmmaker Anne Emond's sophomore effort is a sensitive and arresting drama about family ties and unwanted legacies.
Limbs are twisted, bones are shattered, necks are snapped and coincidences are brandished with breakneck abandon throughout "SPL 2 — A Time for Consequences."
"Truman," Spanish filmmaker Cesc Gay's wise, wistful and well-observed film about two friends enjoying a final reunion in the shadow of impending death, is by turns amusing and affecting.