This low-budget passion project from "Eagle Eye" director D.J. Caruso offers a practical solution to the issue of adolescent bullying.
This monotonously deadpan coming-of-age comedy has little to recommend it beyond some beautiful widescreen cinematography and the momentary kick of seeing David Duchovny looking like a stoned Jesus.
After more than a decade in development, writer-director D.J. Caruso is finally moving forward on his passion project "The Goats," as Chandler Canterbury ("Knowing") and Annalise Basso ("Dark House")…
Release date: Nov. 6 Distrib Overture Think of “Men Who Stare at Goats” as a cross between “Three Kings” and “Catch-22″ as filtered through “Dr. Strangelove.” The lunacy of war is certainly the issue…
A superbly written loony-tunes satire played by a cast at the top of its game.
George Clooney will topline, and his Smoke House partner Grant Heslov will helm, "Men Who Stare at Goats."
With "Pigs, Bears and Billy Goats Gruff," the folks from the Oz-based Patch Theater Company perform extremely simple playlets based on four fairy tales -- minimally costumed and designed -- with a…
"The Very Persistent Gappers of Frip" is purportedly for ages 6 and up, and in fighting to fit the old cliche "6 to 60," it ends up a hybrid that doesn't comfortably connect on any level. Based on…