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.
It's a long way back to Mary Martin as Peter Pan, but the notion of a live TV musical — with all the inherent risk that entails — still contains more than a little magic. So give NBC credit for…
This convoluted third film in a trilogy spun off from a popular Japanese TV series is alternately enchanting and exhausting.
Michael Kristoff's film about a young lawyer who wants to be a lounge singer never finds its voice.
What "Calvin and Hobbes" obsessives really crave is a chance to meet the reclusive genius behind the comicstrip. But as its title sadly makes clear, "Dear Mr. Watterson" is not that kind of movie.
Affixed with an unnecessary gimmick, "Six by Sondheim" is a loving ode to the composer by director James Lapine -- part biography, part detailed examination of the roots of Sondheim's talent and…
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