A wrenching yarn about a mother seeking justice for the rape of her daughter.
Niche fests and cable networks will be the most hospitable environs for "Waiting for Lightning," a slickly produced, unabashedly celebratory pic about professional skateboarder Danny Way.
In Charlotte Gwinner's well-calibrated production, Irish scribe Nancy Harris' new play "Our New Girl" walks an impressive stylistic tightrope between suspense, satire, and psychological drama.
If "Freaky Friday" had an impudent, foul-mouthed little brother, it would be "The Change-Up," an often needlessly crass, bromance-oriented spin on the body-swap comedy.
Low-key charmer about the joys and challenges of being -- temporarily, at least -- a Yuletide icon.
The animated docu genre has another impressive entry in "Little Voices."
All that really counts for a movie like "Marley & Me" is that the climactic scenes empty the audiences' tear ducts, and in this it succeeds to the point that theater managers may need to mop the…
A well-observed and deftly performed examination of upper-middle-class emotional deep freeze, "The Ice Storm" is an intelligent, adult American film. Pic reps another insightful look at family and…
The second movie this year to feature Andy Warhol and the New York art scene as a backdrop, albeit in a different decade, "Basquiat" is a decently modest, though decidedly unexciting, attempt to…