Suffused with an air of freewheeling improvisation, "Rezeta" is a light and sprightly doodle of a romantic dramedy, at once effortlessly engaging and unabashedly inconsequential.
Lead player Gethin Anthony is so thoroughly convincing as an obnoxious boor throughout the first third of "Copenhagen" that he is hard-pressed to generate a rooting interest in his character when the…
Rabid fans who delight in the wretched excess of Lloyd Kaufman's infamous Troma schlock factory will doubtless embrace "Return to Nuke 'Em High Volume 1."
Bruce Ramsay directs and stars in a modestly inventive but curiously bloodless version of the Bard's timeless tragedy.
"Justin Bieber's Believe" is a slickly entertaining piece of work that will doubtless delight the young pop star's fan base, and possibly engage curiosity-seekers who have heretofore remained immune…
Hopelessly stagebound and risibly pretentious, "Sweet Talk" is a borderline embarrassing vanity project that brings out the worst in TV vet Peter Lefcourt and his actress wife Terri Hanauer, here…
This charm-free comedy about the repercussions of an unplanned pregnancy — the debut feature of writer-director Jessie McCormack — is hardly a bundle of joy.
Anna Condo's holiday trifle is the cinematic equivalent of a coal-stuffed stocking.
This latest stillborn spoof from Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer is a slapdash, desperately unfunny attempt to mock "The Hunger Games."
Filmmakers Andrew Cohn and Davy Rothbart deliver a bleakly potent portrait of life in an economically devastated Middle American town.
Moderately interesting as a once-over-lightly political history lesson, this celebratory overview of Israel's first three decades is best suited for home-screen consumption.