Long delayed and barely released, pic earns points simply for not living down to expectations.
Arguably the most innocuous pic of Eddie Murphy's career to date.
Boys-gone-wild laff riot also clicks as a seriocomic beat-the-clock detective story.
William Shatner has spent much of his career being a good sport about accepting -- and, in certain TV commercials, cannily exploiting -- the role of human punchline.
Consistently absorbing and ultimately affecting, "Invisible Girlfriend" is a textbook example of what can result when savvy documentarians fortuitously connect (or, in this case, reconnect) with an…
After examining barehanded fishermen ("Okie Noodling") and alt-rock icons ("The Fearless Freaks"), Oklahoma-based documaker Bradley Beesley shifts his gaze to an event billed as "the only…
A seductive, fascinating tapestry of small-town life by interweaving seemingly random glimpses of residents in Sidney, Ohio.
And now for something completely different: From Sebastian Gutierrez, scripter of "Gothika" and "Snakes on a Plane," comes "Women in Trouble," a wildly uneven but compulsively watchable mix of high…
Fervently embracing the concept of music as a universal language, "Intangible Asset No. 82" casts a respectful eye on the efforts of Australian jazz drummer Simon Baker to gain an audience with the…
Vet documaker Ron Mann ("Comic Book Confidential") aims to gladden the hearts of fungophiles everywhere with "Know Your Mushrooms," a playfully informative look at various types of fleshy fungi and…
"For the Love of Movies: The Story of American Film Criticism" briskly covers a great deal of ground, and often engages with illuminating insights, but isn't designed to offer anything more than a…