"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.
A lightly engaging bilingual trifle that benefits greatly from the charm of lead player, Mexican TV and film star Jaime Camil.
Painfully sincere but hopelessly amateurish, "In Search of the American Dream" is a long and technically ragged indie about Hispanic siblings driven to extremes after their undocumented parents are…