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.
"One PM Central Standard Time" is as much a gripping drama as it is a nostalgic tribute, treating history as breaking news in a manner that fuels the narrative momentum with a sense of urgency.
The sheer novelty of a Vietnamese-produced horror thriller might be enough for "House in the Alley" to scare up some small change during a Halloween season with surprisingly few other options for…
The road to hell is paved with well-intentioned clunkers like "I'm in Love with a Church Girl," a strenuously sincere but tediously schematic and heavy-handed attempt at cinematic proselytizing for…
Stanley J. Orzel's leisurely paced drama comes across as almost subversively retrograde in its old-fashioned approach to charting a cross-cultural romance.
First-time director Nate Taylor skillfully evokes a clammy sense of dread in this stealthily suspenseful indie thriller.
Will Wallace's turgid indie tells an earthbound and anemic story about an orphan's progress in small-town Texas.
Ron Howard follows the revved-up Formula 1 action spectacle of "Rush" by taking the wheel of an ambitiously multifaceted documentary about the 2012 Philadelphia music festival organized and headlined…
After spending over a decade filming "Running Wild: The Life of Dayton O. Hyde," it's understandable that filmmaker Suzanne Mitchell might find it difficult to whittle her footage down to tolerable…
This tepid and predictable story of a young Christian singer flirting with secular stardom is unlikely to attract crossover audiences.