With very little sex and very little city, "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2" still seems a good bet to grab a sizable chunk of the underserved chick-flick demographic, boosted by its young…
Seesawing from the gleefully stupid to the desperately stupid, "Step Brothers" is an indicator that the Judd Apatow juggernaut -- which often includes star Will Ferrell and helmer Adam McKay…
If the concept of the midnight movie weren't moldering in its grave, "Repo! The Genetic Opera" would be cutting-edge fare for the latenight crowd; one can almost hear the aud's partisan cheering for…
The smell of oil paint, beer, turpentine and fear wafts out of "The Art of Failure: Chuck Connelly Not for Sale," which is less a biodoc than a fractured portrait of the once-prominent New Yorker…
Curmudgeonly, cantankerous, cigar-chomping Hellboy is a cross between a '40s noir detective and a burning fireplace, but he's also cool enough to make "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" the hipster's hit…
With a principal cast of only three, the new 3-D "Journey to the Center of the Earth" probably has the highest screams-per-capita ratio in the history of action-adventure pics, and a better…
David Choe makes art "for people who don't give a **** about art" and believes graffiti should be executed with stolen paint cans. In a moment of serene insight, he declares "the downside about your…
"Paper or Plastic?" is about the National Grocers Assn. Best Bagger Competition, a subject guaranteed to set eyes rolling.
Streetwise, kinetic and solidly dramatic, "Prince of Broadway" is a convincingly character-driven tale set in a clandestine universe.
"Some things are buried for a reason," reads the teaser for "Loot," Darius Marder's meandering treasure-hunt movie and a prime candidate for immediate interment.