Having pulled the improv equivalent of streaking through a mosque with "Borat's" ambush tactics, Sacha Baron Cohen retreats behind the veil of scripted comedy in "The Dictator."
Something stops Max from aging in "Somebody Up There Likes Me," a droll, low-budget comedy that never comments on the fact that its lead character remains roughly 28 for his entire life.
It's one girl against the world in "Lola Versus," a snappy yet sincere romantic comedy that begins where others end, with the proposal and wedding plans pointing toward happily ever after.
Few actors seem to relish punishment like Mel Gibson, who throws himself in a Mexican prison for this tongue-in-cheek bad-guy-makes-good actioner.
Institutions innovate ways to connect students with mentors.
The trouble with destiny is that it leaves no room for surprise; ditto this safe midseason romancer.
From Scotland with love comes the most peculiar project of Sean Connery's career, a woefully anemic animated feature that counts the actor's trademark brogue as its most marketable asset.
The turbulent story of a support network for 9/11 survivors takes a turn for the bizarre when a reporter uncovers the fact the group's leader isn't who she says she is in "The Woman Who Wasn't…
Leave it to a sibling comedy duo to recognize the potential for brotherly love amid the Three Stooges' slap-happy antics.
A short yet satisfying glimpse behind the scenes of waste management that feels like a breath of fresh air in a field that typically leaves people holding their nose.
In the zeitgeist-examining docu-essay "Welcome to the Machine," director Avi Zev Weider ponders the degree to which man's present and future are dominated by his inventions.