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Daniel Schechter's sly, cleverly plotted caper reps a fitting memorial to the late Elmore Leonard.
History's latest voyage into the scripted seas, "Vikings," is sort of an unrelenting cheese-fest, and as constructed, that's not a bad thing.
Mosaic is moving into horror films via a feature based on the web series "Marble Hornets." Mosaic is producing the film with Kirill Baru and John Zaozirny. James Moran, the second-unit director on…
Saucily thumbing its nose at the insipid teen-love of the "Twilight" franchise, "Kiss" reimagines its bloodsuckers as horny, supercilious Euro-trash with addiction issues.
"6 Month Rule" plows familiar romantic-comedy terrain: the reformation of a terminal Lothario, with a subplot in which he attempts to instruct a freshly dumped nice-guy pal in all the wrong ways to…
Women and India are the ostensible subjects of "The World Before Her," but Nisha Pahuja's docu hangs a big, fat question mark over the future of humankind itself.
Boasting a high-profile cast of smallscreen thesps, Jennifer Westfeldt's Gotham-set romantic comedy unfolds in a glib, familiar sitcom universe.
Kevin Smith's "Red State," J.C. Chandor's "Margin Call," Dito Montiel's "The Son of No One," George Ratliff's "Salvation Boulevard," Eugene Jarecki's "Reagan," Steve James' "The Interrupters" and…
A hilarious Jonah Hill plays a co-dependent son unwilling to share his mother's attention.
While neither a full-throated R-rated romp a la "There's Something About Mary" nor a fully realized romantic comedy, "Wedding Crashers" contains enough appealing elements of both to catch the bouquet…
Complicated comic maneuvers turn what should have been a hip look at sexuality into an antsy pic too busy to settle down. Writer-director Jane Weinstock's use of short scenes, ensemble cast and…