A misguided attempt to shift some raw ideas about the battle of the sexes from book to film.
Cannes Film Festival
The secret talks that precipitated the end of apartheid are recounted crisply in "Endgame."
Too smart/arty for the slasher set, and too violent for high-brows, "Bronson" may have a tough time finding its niche, although it has "cult hit" written all over it.
Well-observed study of an affluent family's grief and rebirth after a tragic accident.
"Black Dynamite" tips its frilly pimp hat to early '70s African-American action pics.
Jim Carrey stars as a character so criminal and gay it will leave auds both laughing and stunned.
The Lizard King is a bummer in Tom DiCillo's inane documentary ode to Jim Morrison and the Doors.
"Cold Souls" posits a world in which humans can have their souls implanted in each others' bodies.
A brave, affecting turn by Ashley Judd cuts through the overall torpor of "Helen."
Despite its handsome look, the story stretches a bit thin over feature length.
A visually mangy but frequently hilarious low-budgeter.