More scandalous than 'High School Musical,' but not necessarily more authentic.
"Mystery Team" is a genuinely funny but amateurishly constructed laffer from Derrick Comedy.
Freud would have a field day, so pronounced is this debacle's scatological obsession.
A multimedia essay that begins with a celebration of music's place in Tibetan culture.
Compelling docu has the nerve to be spiritual without entering the minefield of faith.
Should make for more randy fun than director Stefano Tummolini manages to muster.
Documentary on Mexican Gen.-president Plutarco Elias Calles is almost dreamlike in its structure.
Marc Webb got his start directing musicvideos, but don't hold that against him.
The most effective horror movies prey on society's underlying fears. And then there's "The Unborn."
When people close to a film whisper that a performance was made in the cutting room, they usually mean it as a slight to an actor who couldn't deliver on camera. But in "The Curious Case of Benjamin…
Even those who object to the second half of "Wall-E," in which blob-like humans intrude upon the virtually wordless romance between two robots have to admit the pair's space waltz embodies all that…