This charm-free comedy about the repercussions of an unplanned pregnancy -- the debut feature of writer-director Jessie McCormack -- is hardly a bundle of joy.
Perpetually up-and-coming Bollywood star Shahid Kapoor still hasn't quite arrived, judging from the woeful state of his latest.
Two disparate groups of females make their debut the same week, both grabbing for the reality-TV brass ring: "Rodeo Girls," a pretty self-explanatory A&E series about women who "work hard, ride fast…
"Closer to the Moon" offers an absurdist take on a real event: an audacious 1959 bank robbery carried out by high-ranking Jewish members of the Romanian Communist Party, who pretended they were…
Boasting numerous parallels to 'The Lion King,' this perky South African toon about a half-striped zebra aims squarely for international crossover appeal.
Anna Condo's holiday trifle is the cinematic equivalent of a coal-stuffed stocking.
This superficial and overly reverent portrait of avowed atheists Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss won't convert many.
This offbeat songbook musical of radically rearranged Bacharach tunes, masterfully staged by Stephen Hoggett, maintains a shapely theatrical presence even when it overdoes it.
After a bumpy beginning with "An Unexpected Journey," Peter Jackson's "Hobbit" trilogy finds its footing in this much more exciting and purposeful second chapter.
Brian Spitz's documentary amusingly details one man's quest to find out if size really matters.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media