If there's such a thing as poker-faced exuberance, you can feel it in every loving, teasing frame of Joel and Ethan Coen's "Hail, Caesar!"
"How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town" emerges as surprisingly tame fluff, a modestly amusing trifle scarcely saucier than those wink-wink naughty farces that were staples of the '70s dinner-theater…
"Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" is in fact a moderately entertaining film, not deficient in old-fashioned costume drama when it pleases, nor in the power of being clever where it chooses.
For a documentary about a team of colorful characters that decimated the rest of the NFL, "The '85 Bears" is surprisingly sentimental, in places even maudlin. Much of that has to do with the…
Its amusingly developed narrative presumably lifted whole from Marjon Hoffman's source novel, "The Little Gangster" is lively and playful enough to keep adults as well as kids entertained.
An utterly guileless charmer in which the helmer's tender filial devotion and emotional commitment will disarm the most cynical auds.
Pulls together interview, concert and behind-the-scenes footage to commemorate one of the rock era's most idiosyncratic star musicians.
Yves Angelo's engrossing though exaggerated psychological noir excels in creating fascinating characters, though the pic suffers from an overextended middle.
A dispatch from Cleveland youth culture that marks a promising if uneven debut for writer-director Steven Caple Jr.
Not as powerful as "After Tiller" or as visually distinguished as "Lake of Fire," Porter's advocacy doc settles for a straightforward, somewhat standard presentation, laying out a forceful argument…
ABC News' fingerprints are all over "Madoff," a four-hour miniseries chronicling Bernie Madoff's financial high crimes. News footage (all from ABC, naturally) peppers the project, which is based on a…