A micro-budget indie best described as the cinematic equivalent of a modestly amusing shaggy-dog story that meanders toward a clever punchline.
Genre mashups don't come much odder than "The Remaining," a theologically questionable but fitfully exciting melodrama about fear and loathing among the non-Raptured. It's kind of a disaster movie…
An intelligent and arresting fact-based drama that plays like a more streamlined version of the high-minded, blunt-spoken, socially conscious "prestige pictures" made by Stanley Kramer and similarly…
A potentially gripping story of empowerment through armed resistance is almost totally undermined by studied, self-conscious storytelling.
Shrewdly calculated to warm hearts with formulaic yet affecting elements of emotional uplift, "X+Y" zeroes in on a young math whiz who only gradually comprehends the basics of establishing…
Arriving so soon after the first reports of Burger King's corporate maneuvering to enjoy a whopping big tax break by establishing a new legal address in Canada, "The Price We Pay" seems all the more…
The mix of raucous buffoonery and violent mayhem isn't exactly seamless, and the laugh-out-loud moments come with conspicuously less frequency during the third act.
Although it slyly teases its audience with hints of paranormal activity in the early going, "37: A Final Promise" gradually emerges an old-fashioned tearjerker set to a goth-rock soundtrack.
"Premature" winds up resembling nothing so much as the coarsely smutty teen-sex comedies that abounded throughout the '80s in the wake of "Porky's."
After scoring a surprise box office success with his "2016: Obama's America," conservative author and sociopolitical commentator Dinesh D'Souza strikes again with "America: Imagine a World Without…
At once immersive and apolitical, "The Hornet's Nest" offers a vivid up-close look at the carnage and chaos that define the day-to-day life — and death — of U.S. military personnel in…