Susan Seidelman's strained and soapy empowerment comedy gives a game, appealing cast little to do.
Frank G. Demarco
J.C. Chandor avoids the sophomore slump with an impressively spare, nearly dialogue-free stranded-at-sea drama starring a superb Robert Redford.
An appalling misfire that tries and fails to evoke the anything-goes spirit of such '70s sketch-comedy concoctions as "The Groove Tube" and "Kentucky Fried Movie."
A methodical, coolly absorbing boardroom thriller set on the eve of the 2008 economic collapse.
When budding filmmaker Lena Dunham was looking for an affordable camera system to shoot her new movie, "Tiny Furniture," she was pleased to find out that her editor, Lance Edmands, already had…
A time-jumbling love story about a couple who never inspire interest.
'Delirious' is a rags-to-riches satire about a deranged paparazzo and a wannabe thesp.
There's roughly a pint of quality comedy rattling around in this keg-sized movie, which fills out the rest of its time by being so cheerfully stupid that those with brains muddled by a few beers or…
Hollywood is prone to exaggeration and hype, but the tributes to Marlon Brando over the weekend had the ring of truth: Colleagues, fans and obit writers unanimously tagged him as the best American…
"L.I.E," a Sundance 2000 pic nabbed by Gotham-based distributor Lot 47, snared six IFP/West Independent Spirit Award nominations, announced late Tuesday at the El Rey Theater in Hollywood.