Despite a certain monotony to this elemental chase and its frequent bouts of hand-to-hand combat, "Northmen" rarely risks curdling into camp.
Stop if this sounds familiar: A twentysomething guy — who has somehow gone his whole life without realizing his mother looks like a supermodel — is aghast when he discovers his recently separated mom…
Only the most devoted aficionados of Brazilian author Paulo Coelho will find much to hold their interest in "Paulo Coelho's Best Story," a dramatically flat and tediously disjointed drama that comes…
The ferocious rhymes of hip-hop icons N.W.A.'s controversial 1988 anthem "F--k tha Police" scarcely seem to have aged when they blast on to the soundtrack of "Straight Outta Compton."
The moral of "The 7th Dwarf," driven home by its diminutive hero and a dreadfully repetitive end-credits anthem, is that "size doesn't matter." It's a crass (but kid-friendly!) formulation that also…
Hulu has made only modest noise with original programming, a situation that could change, and should, with "Difficult People." Produced by Amy Poehler, this tart, very funny comedy stars Julie…
Arriving a few short months after Brett Morgen's "Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck" and Asif Kapadia's "Amy," Derik Murray and Brent Hodge's "I Am Chris Farley" is the summer's third documentary study of…
A fascinating study in cross-cultural pollination, "Song" positively sings.
Boasting upbeat music with rhyming lyrics, it weaves a trio of classic fairy tales into a connecting story about three brothers seeking adventure and life lessons.
This droll odyssey of a good museum guard gone bad and the people who cross his path as he makes off with a stolen painting will surf specialized sections of the festival circuit.
The landscape's visual majesty and the pic's ethnographic detail will entice fest programmers and niche arthouse distribs on the lookout for accessible exotica.