Catalina Film Festival founder Ron Truppa realizes that it's a crowded time to be introducing a new sprocket opera into the world, but he believes the three-year-old Catalina event, which ran Sept…
As cracked as all the pic's Franken-foodstuffs may be, it took guts to fix such an unconventional follow-up, which caters to the very young and very stoned alike.
German photojournalist Sven Zellner spent four years living among Mongolian nomads, generating a scrappy portrait of a half dozen renegade gold-diggers in "Price of Gold."
Denis Villeneuve convinces Jake Gyllenhaal to undertake a journey into the subconscious with "Enemy," a simultaneously unsettling and exasperating work of speculative fiction.
Sometimes you have to travel 30,000 miles just to appreciate the guy who lives down the hall — or so goes "Baggage Claim," a movie about a Flight Attendant Barbie type who runs herself ragged chasing…
REARVIEW: A strong showing by Canadian and British filmmakers, an outstanding selection of performances and a relentless flow of Oscar hype were all in evidence at the Toronto Film Festival.
A family fortune goes missing, tucked away inside a discarded old mattress in "Life's a Breeze," another modest, character-driven fable from Irish director Lance Daly, whose crowd-pleasing "Kisses"…
Set against the hardscrabble backdrop of northern Maine potato country, "Beneath the Harvest Sky" offers a heartbreakingly authentic, vividly realized account of adolescent frustration and yearning.
Shot a stone's throw from "The Twilight Saga," "Horns" presents a slightly edgier supernatural romance, giving Daniel Radcliffe demonic powers he can use to solve the mystery of his g.f.'s murder.
Now that the Vogels' trove has found a home — many homes, in fact, since the couple decided to donate 50 pieces to museums in all 50 states — this follow-up docu puts the happy ending on their…
John Turturro brings sensitivity and intelligence to a subject that could have gone terribly awry in this wryly observant dramedy.