With the popularity of poker being what it is, every movie may eventually be moved to the card table: "Ante Mame." "Deck Tracy." "Flush Gordon." Sam Spade will make a huge comeback.
In the Darwinian universe of New York City film festivals, mutation means survival. Adapt or perish. After all, even in Manhattan, the means of subsistence (audiences) is finite. It's a jungle out…
For anyone unfamiliar with the child-rearing policies of Manhattan, "Nursery University" may seem like science-fiction.
Gleefully snarky, thoroughly entertaining and ultimately bittersweet, "Three Miles North of Molkom" hews about as closely to feature filmmaking as a docu can while still being considered nonfiction…
"The English Surgeon" is both horrible and very funny. It's also deeply touching and even sentimental in its affirmation of human goodness.
It sounds like the story of Los Angeles, but "Just Add Water" operates on far less familiar terrain, namely the trailer park of Hart Bochner's mind.
Though it telegraphs its punches too obviously, the pugilism-and-perspiration epic "Never Back Down" has all the ingredients to be a knockout at the B.O.
A story of Horton, and people called Who -- but how many movies? It seems to be two! There's one that's quite Seussical, gentle and charming. The other stars Jim Carrey, brash and alarming! What auds…
The only people who seem immune to the politics of the Iraq War are also at its epicenter: the doctors and nurses who mend and tend to the wounded, and who provide the heart and soul of Terry…
A no-budget buddy/road/air/boat movie, "Last Stop" is first and foremost about pure storytelling.