Pretty people kicking major ass is a fairly solid formula for success.
Whether or not Shrek has outlived his usefulness as a profit center, time has passed him by.
The shorthand on this year's Tribeca Film Festival -- maybe even a good marketing mantra -- could be "Shrek and Spork."
This appealingly cast movie seesaws from unlikely thoughtfulness to imbecilic vulgarity.
He'd been in Los Angeles a year and was working as an assistant to Warren Beatty when Alvarez gave notice, knowing he wanted to focus on trying to get a film made independently.
Urgent, artful and even austerely poetic, writer-director Tze Chun's "Children of Invention" has taken some time hitting theaters after a much-lauded tour of the fest circuit. But in that time, its…
Opens a window into Internet abuse, adolescent pathologies and the parental heart of darkness.
Moody, poetic and a cinch to draw moody, poetic people to the arthouse.