A wicked little road-trip pic in which a tacky couple discovers that cross-country caravanning makes it surprisingly easy -- and fun! -- to knock off the more obnoxious characters they encounter en…
There's a new antonym for the word "thrilling" and it has only one letter: "L."
In creating accurate locations and costumes, some of the biggest challenges were political
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
"I'm almost starting to think a bad economy makes for better artists," John Cooper noted as he unveiled the lineup of the 28th annual Sundance Film Festival, marking his third year as director of…
"Democracy takes time," a character observes in "The Lady," though viewers of all political stripes will be checking their watches during Luc Besson's dully conventional tribute to heroic Burmese…
A hospital nurse who's part of a mysterious Greek quartet offering specialized services for the bereaved goes rogue in "Alps."
"An Inconvenient Truth" helmer Davis Guggenheim's U2 docu "From the Sky Down" will open the Toronto Film Festival Sept. 8. on the Gala screen -- marking the first time in 36 years a docu has opened…
"Khodorkovsky" deserves to run free in cinemas, but will probably be confined mostly to fests and upscale TV enclosures.
In the tradition of charming, character-driven comedies such as "Local Hero," sprightly romp "Small Crime" centers on a tightly wound novice cop assigned to a sleepy Greek island where nothing much…
Despite game efforts by an engaging cast led by attractive newcomer Christine Evangelista, "Goodbye Baby" is too flimsy to handle the strain when it veers from sitcom humor toward seriousness.
Though "crude and sexual content and language" may be the reason "Kickin' It Old Skool" earned a PG-13, it's also the reason that rating might as well be interpreted here as "pretty good" (but only…