It happened very quietly somewhere between "Intolerable Cruelty" and "The Ladykillers."
Oliver Irving's droll comedy is a taxing reminder that middle-class depression ranks among cinema's least engaging topics.
Spoiler alert: Not since "Psycho" has a lead character made such a conspicuous mid-movie exit as well-meaning Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin) does in the Coen brothers' "No Country for Old Men." But…
Film school students and other garden variety cinemasochists will have a field day with Lionsgate's three-disc Jean-Luc Godard set, which contains four challenging late-career works by French…
Viral video creation didn't start with YouTube, but the paradigm changed the instant Chad Hurley and Steve Chen launched their visionary Flash-based video-sharing platform in early 2005.
A New Mexico outcast thrashes his way to the bigtime in an absurdist underdog yarn that feels positively Martian.
"You know, I didn't expect so much screaming," confides one father between flashy production numbers in "Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert."
Philadelphia's colorful Mummers' Parade bookends an unsentimentalized portrait of 21st-century divorce in "The New Year Parade."
One look at Puujee's smiling face and you understand why photographer Yoshiharu Sekino found the 6-year-old Mongolian shepherd girl such a captivating subject. After stumbling across Puujee on his…
The Duplass brothers take a detour through genre territory with "Baghead," serving up their latest biting relationship study with a "Blair Witch" twist.