These days, modestly proportioned thespians top action franchises: Tobey Maguire is Spider-Man. Christian Bale is Batman -- and now he's also charged with pumping up the Arnold-free "Terminator"…
Michael Paul Stephenson's strangely moving docu about the wildly incompetent "Troll 2."
Swaddle the angst of Woody Allen in the baby fat of a John Hughes teen comedy and you get "Stay Cool."
Despite a strong sense of the oxymoronic, doc has a lot of great music and spirit.
A less-than-frothy domestic showdown owes as much to Edward Albee as to Nora Ephron.
A movie that was probably a lot more fun to make than it is to watch.
May have auds imagining the movie playing on and on, beneath the floorboards.
Don't die angry. Such is the lesson of playwright-provocateur Conor McPherson's "The Eclipse."
A real-life multiple-murder tale that could have been called "A Guide to Recognizing Your Boogeyman."
An exploding bathroom stall of a movie, "Outrage" makes an excellent ipso facto case for itself.