Motorcycles of all shapes, sizes and velocities speed around the track — and, quite often, through the air — in "On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter," director Dana Brown's effusive valentine to…
Scott Caan has replaced Shia LaBeouf in Bill Murray’s indie comedy “Rock the Kasbah.” LaBeouf had come on to the project in January after announcing that he was leaving public life due to "attacks…
Stellar performances, but the play's characters are stuck in an M.C. Escher engraving, plodding up and down stairs and getting nowhere.
Mike O'Malley made him do it.
As studios continue the transition from film to digital, the indie filmmaking community is going through a metamorphosis of its own.
Relentlessly paced and mostly unfunny comedy has style to spare.
If God didn't want us to watch mob movies, He wouldn't have given us Brooklyn Italians -- or so one gathers from "Brooklyn Rules," a sometimes funny, occasionally maudlin coming-of-age dramedy that…
A blocked writer looks to a pet for solace, but finds a procession of Los Angeles oddballs instead, in the mildly funny "The Dog Problem." Effort from actor-director Scott Caan is a distinct change…
Not a thriller so much as an extremely violent swimsuit calendar, the lushly lensed but dramatically waterlogged "Into the Blue" is too infatuated with its scantily clad stars to make sense of all…
Army Archerd - Just for Variety
Scott Caan likely grew up watching films his father James made during the late-1960s/early-1970s, and the influence shows in his debut as writer-director, "Dallas 362." Set and shot in grimy…