"Oblivion," "In the House," "The Lords of Salem" and other new releases, reviewed.
Red Flag Releasing
Karpovsky's pic seldom surprises, its strengths lying in a leisurely journey toward a clearly predestined denouement.
As buyers descend on Cannes, the number of distributors playing in the multiplatform field of date-and-date releases -- and compressed windows in general -- is growing.
Paramount's low-budget scarer "The Devil Inside" ushers in a new year at the domestic box office as the weekend's only wide release. But if overall B.O. is to start stronger than it did in 2011…
Docu branch of the Academy hails newbies, snubs some 'sure things'
"Viva la revolucion" could be Kevin Smith's new motto -- provided that enough of the citizenry will pay a premium to help the revolution along.
"Meskada" uneasily merges crime drama, police procedural and social commentary in a potentially serious depiction of schisms in contemporary rural America.
A same-sex wedding, officiated by Liza Minnelli, kicks off "Sex and the City 2," but it is only a coincidence that the sequel's opening at the multiplex comes just weeks before closing arguments in…
Newly minted indie distributor Red Flag Releasing will debut political documentary "8: The Mormon Propostion" on June 18 in theaters and via on demand and digital download channels.
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