So buoyantly lightweight that it practically floats up, up and away.
"Unthinkable" comes across as more earnest than exciting in dramatizing a hot-button issue.
Uninspired canine opus still might end up fetching a tidy sum at the summer box office.
The title is misleading, since there's very little that is startling about the final verdict.
Brit-produced doc about the acerbic humorist who was felled by pancreatic cancer at age 32 in 1994.
Unfortunately, this stranger-than-fiction episode has been distilled into a respectfully intelligent but only fitfully gripping drama.
A raunchy, broadly played farce that may amuse even non-fans of the "Saturday Night Live" sketches.
Bleep a few profanities and trim the fleeting nudity, and "Follow the Prophet" would pass muster as an above-average Lifetime made-for-cabler.
Steve James takes a personal approach to examining a racially charged incident in his hometown.
Fortysomething popsters take a unique approach to jump-starting their dreams of stardom.
Emotionally satisfying tale about a young man in need of a mentor and an older fellow in search of forgiveness.