Pic's Bulgarian-made CGI does the most damage in Antoine Fuqua's intense, ugly, White-House-under-siege actioner.
Trading her improv-based filmmaking style for a more traditional screenplay-grounded model, Lynn Shelton delivers an uneven mix of half-formed conflicts in this mystifying dramedy.
A tepid, tween-skewed reworking of "Miss Congeniality" by way of "21 Jump Street" and assorted other back-to-school capers, "So Undercover" reps another unsuccessful attempt to turn onetime teen…
Films devoted to exploring the myriad forms of human sexuality have an unusually prominent place in the 2013 Sundance program, festival director John Cooper noted as he unveiled the fest's…
Stunning lensing and a deep respect for the stories of coastal Kenyans leave auds pleasantly ruminating on a world touched by magic long after the final credits roll.
This fact-based story of an Olympics-laureled Israeli basketball coach and WWII refugee's decision to work with Germany's low-ranked team feels uninspired and formulaic in its approach to serious…
Pic should connect with indulgent young target auds locally, especially on ancillary, but internationally, the answer to its characters' oft-posed refrain "Ya get me?" will mostly be "No."
Surrendering to the insanity that is Feydeau's farce "A Flea in Her Ear" is a case of "double your pleasure, double your fun."
Two 18-year-olds from apostolic Lutheran families wind up sampling "Forbidden Fruit" in Finnish director Dome Karukoski's ("Home of the Dark Butterflies") melodramatic coming-of-ager.