Pic takes place entirely in a coffin but still makes its way from horror to melodrama.
"Homewrecker" is a screwballer sans spark.
The late Spalding Gray gets another chance to talk in this Steven Soderbergh film.
Habib Azar's debut feature has only limited mobility as a drama and even less as a comedy.
Pic doesn't reach beyond its smallscreen genotype as a disease-of-the-week telepic.
A so-so heist-gone-awry thriller, "Armored" doesn't exactly take its audience captive.
"Wah Do Dem" is a fish-out-of-water comedy driven by Sean "Bones" Sullivan's offbeat performance.
Irresistibly good-natured even when it's cheesy.
Pic bids to pass off mock-documentary footage of levitating psychological patients as the real deal.
As in his "Rivers and Tides" and "Touch the Sound," German documentarian Thomas Riedelsheimer observes the intimate relationship between human beings and nature in "Soul Birds."
Pic pays tribute to a man whose flamboyantly modernist residences have been featured in movies.