An assassination-conspiracy drama by way of coming-of-age story, "An American Affair" is the offspring of improbable parents ("JFK" and "Summer of '42") and supposes that the Cubans and the CIA were…
I used to go to work every day wearing shin guards, a catcher's cup, a flak jacket and a helmet with a shatterproof face shield," says Jack Green of his days as a news stringer for ABC, pursuing such…
Revolutionary Road" isn't the only film, nor the '50s the only era, in which the family -- and what it means -- was deconstructed, disassembled or debunked by the year's higher-profile movies…
A not-quite-romantic-comedy that should click with the young-adult demos of both sexes.
The whodunit aspects of "Quest for Honor" are less important than the whys -- why are Middle Eastern "honor killings" committed against women, why are such crimes largely condoned by authorities (or…
The hero of "Victoria Day" doesn't quite come of age, but he realizes he'll have to in writer-helmer David Bezmozgis' tale of late-'80s Toronto teenagers -- one of whom disappears like Amelia…
"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…