Philip Seymour Hoffman makes an engagingly modest directorial debut.
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Twenty-five years ago, Evan Lurie was a Lounge Lizard who haunted New York City night spots and European jazz festivals. Today he's the musical tour guide for Pablo the penguin, Tasha the hippo…
Parents looking for a safe yet stimulating haven for preschoolers will gladly welcome "Oswald," a friendly and contemplative blue octopus, into their homes. Created by illustrator Dan Yaccarino and…
Following up on his Tony-winning "Side Man," Warren Leight explores much the same milieu, in much the same theatrical style, in "Glimmer, Glimmer and Shine." There's certainly nothing wrong with…
A cutesy, eager-to-please pseudo-docu about an actress poised on the verge of her 15 minutes, "Famous" might have made for an amusing short film but, at feature length, stumbles miles before the…
An observant evocation of New York's literary and bohemian world of more than a half-century ago, "Joe Gould's Secret" remains sympathetically engaging even as it sporadically stumbles on its journey…
Deep-sixed by klutzy direction, mostly sophomoric performances and a script so flat it isn't even laughably bad, "Office Killer" sinks like a stone. Best place for this first helming stint by noted…