If the producers of “On Your Feet! The Story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan” know what’s good for them (odds are, they do), they’re ad-bombing Spanish-language media outlets and pitching group sales…
A two-bit criminal loser stumbles upon his powers Toxic Avenger style and learns to care about humanity thanks to a traumatized woman convinced he's the Japanese manga character Steel Jeeg.
This arresting seriocomedy deftly walks a tightrope between the droll and tense, over a gaping pit of crazy.
Elmo Nuganen's gritty war epic provides a harsh perspective on the country's painful 20th-century history.
The new musical at the Pasadena Playhouse about pop music ambition, "Breaking Through," never breaks out. One-dimensional characters, self-conscious darkness and a story derived from every…
In a post-apocalyptic world where humans have lost the ability to sustain short- and long-term memories, survivors have to live in the moment.
A small-time crook has a secret in "Lost in the Sun," but it takes nearly 90 minutes of secondhand outlaw behavior to get it out of him in writer-director Trey Nelson's somnolent road picture.
A cheesy chase film that substitutes shrill, increasingly laughable hysteria for actual thrills.
In politics, there's an unwritten rule that whoever first evokes Hitler should lose the argument. The same really ought to apply to television, as the channel still known as History – for reasons…
Possessing some of the flavor of "National Treasure," "Agent X" takes the amusing step of investing the Vice President's office with secret constitutional powers, all for the purpose of concocting a…
Shot in striking high-contrast, widescreen B&W, this mysterious narrative is nonetheless all grey zones in terms of moral and logistical meaning.