It may not matter to its target aud that "Sex Drive" is nothing more than a raunched-up, dumbed-down version of "The Sure Thing," since most members of that demographic weren't yet born when Rob…
Predicated on the idea that whiplash pans, inconstant focusing and other faux cinema verite embellishments can refresh even the moldiest of zombie-movie tropes, "Quarantine" is a modestly inventive…
Three years after scoring a home-field B.O. hit with "Two Sons of Francisco," Brazilian helmer Breno Silveira attempts a re-do of "Romeo and Juliet" by way of "City of Men" in his sophomore effort…
Imagine a mix of "Tremors" and "The Searchers," and you'll be at least partially prepared for "The Burrowers," a horror/Western hybrid that could scare up decent coin as a homevid curio.
This earnest indie production comes across like formulaic fiction while taking cues from the "inspirational sports drama" playbook.
Despite its focus on a potentially fascinating subject, "The Real Shaolin" is a curiously underwhelming docu about four martial arts students who travel to China's legendary Shaolin Temple, the…
As sincere, uncynical and subtlety-free as a Sunday school lecture, "Fireproof" is another aggressively inspirational drama from brothers Alex and Stephen Kendrick ("Facing the Giants," "Flywheel")…
The fragrant aroma of magnolias is undercut by the distinct smell of mothballs throughout "The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond," an admirably earnest but curiously flat attempt to film a long-unproduced…
The raunch-to-romance ratio isn't up to Judd Apatow level -- the current gold standard for R-rated romantic comedies -- but has enough down-and-dirty laughs to make it a midrange B.O. performer…
"Greetings From the Shore" finally arrives in limited theatrical release after a long sail through fest-circuit backwaters.