Relevant yet not especially revealing comedy.
The emotional equivalent of a home invasion.
Interactive trailers are nothing new, with both "Avatar" and "Iron Man 2" boasting standalone widgets that allowed users to launch behind-the-scenes goodies from within the preview.
"Married" offers a positive, if melodramatically heightened, portrait of upper-middle-class African-American life.
The "Coraline" director, who began his animation career at Disney in the late '70s, has struck an exclusive long-term deal to make stop-motion features for Disney/Pixar.
Somewhere between Belgium and the back of one man's mind exists a surreal WWII outpost called Marwencol.
An unusually strong script for an improv-based indie.
"Pelada" presents pick-up soccer as a universal passion.