Quentin Dupieux's latest provocation manages to seem both insipid and pretentious.
Can Ben Affleck play the modern Batman – not the Hollywood version of the Dark Knight, but the one currently appearing in the source material for the films? The Batman of DC Comics was once just your…
Production designer Eve Stewart on set decorator Anna Lynch-Robinson
After five seasons as Tami Taylor on "Friday Night Lights," Connie Britton had no idea what she wanted to do next.
"Wrong" is a curious tale about a man searching for his dog in a suburban bubble where everything is a little askew.
Summit Entertainment's "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 1" presents the wedding of Robert Pattinson's vampire Edward and Kristen Stewart's human Bella and the near-fatal birth of their…
Good vibrations and bad are key to Matt Boyd's "A Rubberband Is an Unlikely Instrument," an ambitious urban docu-epic that focuses on guitarist Walter Baker.
Dull to start, but goofy good fun once guys in rubber suits start tangling with a foxy ninja babe and her hunky male comrades-in-arms.
A kind of dumb, cinematic non sequitur from musician/ad man-turned-helmer Quentin Dupieux.
In the spectrum of Jim Carrey vehicles, "Yes Man" hews closest structurally to "Liar Liar," offering the rubber-faced comic actor plenty of opportunities to riff -- but with far too few moments that…
Quietly lyrical "The Gravel Road," Deepak Kumaran Menon's first feature, observes life on a rubber estate with the kind of delicate attention to detail that recalls Satyajit Ray. A fine fest item…