Despite a solid production pedigree and capable if underutilized cast, translated into medical terms, "Coma" strictly receives HMO-quality treatment.
Charles Chu and Ryan O'Nan, who appeared in "Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best," are toplining indie coming of age comedy "Chu and Blossom."
Oscilloscope Laboratories has picked up North American rights to "The Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best," skedding the film for a theatrical release that will be paired with live perfs from the band…
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Rhino Entertainment has signed to release the soundtrack to "The Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best," on the heels of the film's worldwide premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Richard Jenkins is set to re-team with his "HappyThankYouMorePlease" helmer Josh Radnor on the indie love story "Liberal Arts."
A movie that starts off with a wedding is usually going to see things go bad before they get better. Defying this common wisdom, "Love Wedding Marriage" never gets better at all.
Indie comedy "The Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best" will star Michael Weston, Arielle Kebbel, Andrew McCarthy, Christopher McDonald, Melissa Leo, Jason Ritter and Wilmer Valderrama.
An efficient, admirably coherent thriller about reporters digging down into D.C. politics.
There's precious little pleasure to be had among the aggregation of mannered, eccentric losers in slapstick misfire "The Pleasure of Your Company." A gratingly laborious romantic comedy that plays…
Reps of three generations in contempo Madison, Wis., grapple with commitment, infidelity, hot tempers and cold feet in "The Last Kiss." Nicely thesped and adequately involving narrative tackles…