While it's easy to understand why a little network like IFC would be enamored with programs that features former "Saturday Night Live" stars, that's a poor excuse for turning what would have been…
An uneven but engaging new talent arrives on the scene with "Prince," Sam de Jong's brightly stylized writing-directing debut about a Moroccan-Dutch teenager trying to find his way in a world that…
A bit of fudging is necessary to turn "Wives and Girlfriends of Sports Stars" into the acronym "WAGS," but no more so than is required to construct this conceptually loathsome E! reality show around…
These are too many complications drop-kicked into the narrative with too little depth, tonally veering from straight suspense to comedy, absurdism and mawkishness.
For anyone who still remembers 1999's antiseptic Meryl Streep vehicle "Music of the Heart," Brazilian classroom drama "The Violin Teacher" may sound discouragingly familiar
Martin Scorsese is thanked in the opening credits of "Bombay Velvet," but that's far from the last time this splashy Bollywood gangster spectacular pays its respects.
"Air" is confidently executed, but neither its middling plot twists or ditto atmospherics ratchet up as much tension as Edo Van Breeman's score tries to evoke.
Fans of Robert Lepage have come to expect certain things from the French-Canadian theater maker: seductive storytelling, wry character observation and a stagecraft that lies somewhere between…
There might be no more peculiar journalistic niche than the one occupied by Chris Hansen, who became the face of ambush true crime with his "To Catch a Predator" specials on NBC. Hansen has since…
A trash-talking French granny gradually warms to the world, thanks to the mellowing effects of marijuana in "Paulette."
It's a hard-knock life for the urchins of Hardwick House Orphanage — and no spring picnic for the rest of us, either — in "Molly Moon and the Incredible Book of Hypnotism,” a chintzy children's…