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…
A young Dutch geologist loses his way and his reason in this elliptical tale contrasting the protag's instability with the immutability of Mother Nature, Norwegian style.
"Grease Live!" won't make anyone forget the original film any time soon, but that wasn't the point. The idea was to cook up a must-see event that got attention on social media and delivered a crisply…
The first feature by production company Rooster Teeth of highly popular animated web series "Red Vs. Blue" is a genial sci-fi action comedy that offers plenty of fanboy fun.
Turkish novelist and Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk makes his second major foray into writing for cinema with "Innocence of Memories," this time in partnership with British director Grant Gee.
Its pervasive girl-power message underlined by the "You can do anything" refrain of Sia's closing pop theme song, this entertaining slice of real-life inspirational adventure should appeal to family…
Hope and horror are commingled to quietly moving effect in "Agnus Dei," a restrained but cumulatively powerful French-Polish drama about the various crises of faith that emerge when a house of God is…
"Audrie & Daisy" indicts a culture in which sexual assault is not only rife, but where its perpetrators all too often seem to escape any legal or other punitive consequences.