Following a potential political sex scandal through the eyes of the politician, “Zipper” plays like an odd hybrid of “Shame” and a season-long subplot on “House of Cards.” Tawdry but cripplingly…
With so much time to kill waiting for the Batman-Superman movie, Warner Bros. continues to feed the DC Comics base red meat with its direct-to-Blu-Ray animated movies, creating a satisfying superhero…
Let's say you discover a time machine in your basement. Would you use it to go back and stop Hitler, or would you instead make tiny jumps to tweak the quality of your own life?
Prashant Nair's sophomore feature is a straightforward, ingratiating drama that builds toward a satisfyingly expansive close.
The challenge of finding pleasure, companionship and personal fulfillment in one's twilight years gets thoroughly pleasant, poignant screen treatment in "I'll See You in My Dreams," a sweetly handled…
An intimate and ultimately harrowing peek inside the world of amateur porn that will shock and outrage auds in equal measure.
As hysterical as it is insightful, "Finders Keepers" finds the humanity behind a TV news freak show.
There are certain documentaries that thrive on a real-world version of movie-star magnetism, and in volunteer social worker Brenda Myers-Powell, "Dreamcatcher" has found itself something of a…
Elle Reid, a tart-tongued septuagenarian author who charges through life like a bull in a china shop, is the sort of character Lily Tomlin might have created decades ago and added to her repertoire…
Joe Swanberg continues his march toward the mainstream even as he deepens his signature brand of hangout film.