While the Hallmark Hall of Fame label once denoted more ambitious material than the regular bill of fare on the Hallmark Channel, that distinction – even before its migration from broadcast…
"Sometimes I sound like gravel and sometimes I sound like coffee and cream," Nina Simone remarks of her signature husky tenor at one point in Liz Garbus' documentary "What Happened, Miss Simone?"
In the cranky, foul-mouthed tradition of bad grandpas, bad teachers, bad Santas and so forth, "The Bronze" unveils yet another vinegar-spirited comedic antihero: the bad sport.
Charts the earliest days of Greenpeace as a group of Vancouver-based "eco-freaks" improvised their way into starting a global movement.
Just to get it straight: This is not the movie version of “Into the Woods” with Meryl Streep. This is the cutesy Fiasco Theater version that originated at the McCarter Theater in 2013. Stripped down…
A worthy but over-obvious fictionalization of xenophobic riots in Germany in 1992 that will surely hit a nerve given current tensions with "the other in our midst."
The founding fathers receive the "Vikings" treatment in "Sons of Liberty," a six-hour miniseries that History channel will air over successive nights. Produced by Stephen David Entertainment – best…
Those with a hankering for death game-survival mangas will exult in Takashi Miike's latest gore-fest, In which classic toys come alive to play deadly games with students.
Should the recent surge in male facial hair as a fashion accessory stall in 2015, barbers would be within their rights to blame "Mortdecai," a perky but obstinately unfunny heist caper with a hero…
January releases don't get much more January than this Jennifer Lopez-starring stalker thriller.