Congratulations are most definitely not in order.
Park City At Midnight
Practically parodying a slumming B-lister's phone-it-in, cash-the-check indie perf, Dermot Mulroney is good for a giggle -- just one -- in "The Rambler," writer-director Calvin Lee Reeder's randomly…
Meticulously acted, gorgeously shot and hilariously insightful about the strange, inarticulable ways people can get on one another's nerves, this psychological thriller takes its premise to…
Effectively unsettling for as long as auds don't know what's going on -- in part because the actors didn't, either -- Jeremy Lovering's tense debut might have worked better had it left more to the…
This painfully unfunny vehicle for writer-stars June Diane Raphael and Casey Wilson is, depressingly, a comedy built on the amusement value of stupid people that is itself too stupid to be funny.
Director Christina Voros is here to educate rather than titillate, aiming to remove the unsavory stigma from an unusual leisure activity.
Sundance acquisitions took off Monday as weekend deals started to close.
Generally a recommended practice in good parenting guides, family mealtimes around the table get a bad rap in the exuberantly grisly "We Are What We Are," the third and most polished feature to date…
"Beasts of the Southern Wild" and "The House I Live In" have won the grand jury prizes for American films at the Sundance Film Festival.
"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…
Kevin Smith's "Red State," J.C. Chandor's "Margin Call," Dito Montiel's "The Son of No One," George Ratliff's "Salvation Boulevard," Eugene Jarecki's "Reagan," Steve James' "The Interrupters" and…