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.
So awash in natural beauty and big waves that the spectacular eventually becomes pedestrian, "Highwater" is surfer/helmer Dana Brown's celebration of (and sales pitch for) extreme surfing.
With a title guaranteed to draw swarming hordes of Town & Country subscribers, "The Art of Travel" is a coming-of-age picaresque that features a continent's worth of breathtaking miles, but not in…
It's not easy being green. It's not easy being green, size XXXXXL and in need of massive doses of Celexa. And then there are all the expectations. The box office projections. The marketing. The…
It seemed like a natural: Redo "Get Smart," the landmark '60s TV spy spoof, with Steve Carell. Who better to update Maxwell Smart -- the idiot-savantish secret agent originated by Don Adams -- than…
"The Memory Thief" is the flip side of Henry Bean's ethno-identity drama "The Believer," whose protagonist was a Jew-turned-neo-Nazi.
If "A Previous Engagement" makes one think of the Harry Potter films, it's only because Juliet Stevenson is perhaps the only English actress of her stature who hasn't found a sinecure in the…