With a deliberate nod to pulp novels and a level of invention that's cause for celebration, first-time helmer and co-scripter James Huth (half English but born and bred in France) plays for laughs…
A film drenched in booze, cigarettes, jazz and noir, "Scotch and Milk" reps an exceedingly elegant wallow in a lifestyle almost entirely defined by romantic notions of '50s hipsterdom.
In "God Said, Ha!," Julia Sweeney, the gifted comedian of "Saturday Night Live" fame, delivers an extended monologue so exquisitely written, so emotionally touching --- and so entertaining --- that…
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No Good Deed1Daily:$1.0M Cumulative:$29.9M Sony / Screen Gems -11.16%
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy2Daily:$557,622 Cumulative:$308.5M Disney -4.92%
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 23Daily:$459,663 Cumulative:$18.1M Warner Brothers -9.19%
Combine the high-energy pyrotechnic choreography of a Hong Kong actioner with the plight of a banal sitcom schnook and you have "The Big Hit." A fleet piece of sock-'em entertainment, its kinetic…
Climbing the Hollywood ladder has become a staple topic of the American indie scene. An acerbic look at the needy and aspiring, "Starf*cker" gets in a few good licks and observations, but the film…
Just when everyone was about ready to give up on the broadcast network miniseries -- or whatever it is that they're calling two-night, four-hour movies these days -- up pops "Merlin" to awaken the…
Just another crummy day in the miserable life of Mark Eitzel and he's spending it, where else, onstage. Nobody travels the dark side of despair and emotional abandonment quite like the former…
An extended surfing video thinly disguised as an action movie, "In God's Hands" is a disjointed blend of technical superiority, and narrative and dramatic weakness.
The latest entry in the growing field of indie youth ensemble films, "Bongwater" is an uneven, intermittently likable movie about a group of Portland residents for whom getting high is a way of life.
A rather blunt, simplistic psychology informs Richard Schenkman's sophomore effort, "Went to Coney Island on a Mission From God Be Back by Five," an ambitious but sprawling tale of friendship among…