Jay Baruchel thinks it's ridiculous that he and writing partner Jesse Chabot wound up working on two sports movies back-to-back, the hockey comedy "Goon" and "Baseballissimo."
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Eddie Murphy is returning to animated features, as the "Shrek" and "Mulan" star is set to voice the animated lead character in Alcon Entertainment's live-action/animated hybrid "Hong Kong Phooey,"…
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Tyro scripter-helmer Andrew Jenkins' amateurish, half-hearted romantic comedy-cum-heist film twists itself into unconvincing knots to pull off a guilt-free bank robbery.
A sensitive young doctor, emotionally hobbled by the depth of his compassion, handles the illnesses and existential crises of a small French community in "Sachs' Disease." With some 50 speaking…
Lili Taylor, who must be the busiest actress at this year's Sundance Film Festival, gives a superlative, gut-wrenching performance in "Girls Town," a powerfully raw, ultra-realistic drama about a…
A frank, intimate look at a phenomenal popular artist and his extraordinarily dysfunctional family, "Crumb" is an excellent countercultural documentary. Made by a longtime friend, pic goes a good way…
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