If Sam Raimi and Jim Henson had dreamed up a movie together ... well, it wouldn't have looked very much like "Zombeavers."
Straight out of Brooklyn comes Keith Miller's "Five Star," a low-key but powerfully affecting urban drama that tells a familiar story with unusual authenticity and dramatic force.
It's unlikely that the hip-hop documentary "Time Is Illmatic" will have many showings as thrilling as its opening-night slot at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.
The doctors of Axelle Ropert's "Miss and the Doctors" are a pair of bachelor family physicians who immerse themselves in their work at the expense of just about anything else.
"Transcendence" is a most curious name for a movie that never shakes free from those hoary old cliches about the evils of technology and the danger by which man plays at becoming a god.
After spending much of his career being likened to "High Noon" star Gary Cooper, Kevin Costner gets a ticking-clock movie to call his very own in "Draft Day."
Roman Polanski revels in recounting the story of how he met his wife, actress Emmanuelle Seigner, to whom he has been married for 25 years, and who is the mother of his two children. The year was…
From 1937 to 1946, Mickey Rooney played clean-cut, wide-eyed Midwestern teenager Andy Hardy 15 times in a series of films that proved instrumental (along with his Judy Garland musicals) in making him…
Uncle Sam wants you, but not quite enough to give you your citizenship in earnest activist melodrama "Greencard Warriors."
The playwright Harold Blumenthal is already dead at the start of "Blumenthal" and so, for the most part, is the movie.