"Rosemary's Vegan Vampire Baby" would be a fine title for satirical creepfest "Grace."
Jeff Lipsky's film is perhaps the first ever in which karaoke is the crucible of a mid-life crisis.
When "The Great White Hope" opened on Broadway in October 1968, the Voting Rights Act was 3 years old and Martin Luther King Jr. had been assassinated six months earlier. The image of sprinters John…
Jenkins, like several of his fellow first-time SAG nominees, has found his profile pushed onto a higher plateau. The same goes for nominees Viola Davis, Taraji P. Henson, it's been "Doubt" and…
Kevin Spacey leads an impressive cast playing an asylum's worth of disturbed Hollywood types.
Mournful, beautifully put together film about a mentally ill 15-year-old who committed suicide.
A passionate indictment, elevating fascinating facts into a wholly elevated realm.
Too smart/arty for the slasher set, and too violent for high-brows, "Bronson" may have a tough time finding its niche, although it has "cult hit" written all over it.
Lil' Wayne would probably sneer at the comparison, but "The Carter" is the "Don't Look Back" of rap.
Relocating Jack the Ripper from Whitechapel to West Hollywood, David Ondaatje's "The Lodger" seems intended to leave its audience as baffled as the London police were in 1888.
Helmer Greg Barker takes structural chances, eschewing the predictable for a more unorthodox film, and it works.