"Quantum Hoops" is a lovable piece about the Caltech basketball team that should find an audience somewhere, certainly in Stockholm.
When the American Black Film Festival began 11 years ago, the idea was for the event to be a kind of retreat. "The reason we went to Acapulco for the first five years," founder Jeff Friday explains…
There's a great movie inside "O Jerusalem" that wants freedom and independence, but is suppressed by an earnestness that's practically colonial.
"Music Within," the decidedly '70s-flavored story of Richard Pimentel, the motivational speaker and writer who helped pass the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, convincingly delivers the…
There's something clumsily charming about "Sarah Landon and the Paranormal Hour," which was produced by various members of the Comrie family and presumes to be the start of a homemade franchise.
Jack Dempsey, the charismatic heavyweight champion of the Jazz Age, spent a good portion of the 1920s partying, endorsing products, giving the occasional exhibition and even making movies.
3-D documentary plumbs the ocean depths of the late Cretaceous period to find some truly awesome denizens -- highly unfriendly, computer-generated creatures guaranteed to make one stay on land.
There's not quite as much corn in "The Final Season" as there is in the Iowa farm fields that run through it, but it's close.
The final resting place of Edward Yang is in the celebrated Pierce Bros. cemetery in Westwood, Calif.; his closest neighbor is Ruby Keeler, the '30s film star who always seemed to be in the right…
An unlikely but entertaining amalgam of "Heat," "Memento" and "Regarding Henry," Brad Furman's streetwise caper drama "The Take" is elevated by the potent performances of John Leguizamo and Rosie…
Despite the broad appeal of star Gael Garcia Bernal, auds will find Hector Babenco's wrestling of Alan Pauls' novel "El pasado" into a feature-length film akin to someone jamming a chateaubriand into…