This middling drama has no glaring faults, but simply lacks the intended urgency.
Sundance Film Festival
Amusing but uneven tale of a deluded high school drama teacher's attempt to stage a career-saving extravaganza has some laughs.
"Goliath" is an exercise in deadpan comic minimalism that feels a tad overstretched even at its short running time.
At Sundance, nail-biting distribs, publicists and filmmakers used to anxiously await the first published reviews, knowing that a positive notice from a major critic could stir or stoke a bidding war…
The former president of Doctors Without Borders goes back to Africa, 15 years after he came to the aid of victims there.
As the 2008 edition of the Sundance Film Festival got under way, fest poobah Robert Redford warned audiences not to expect too many films that directly engaged the significant issues of the day…
LaBruce continues his trademark blend of sexual explicitness and shoddy technique with this numbing necro-porno.
Late maverick Brit filmmaker Derek Jarman gets a lovely if flawed memorial in Isaac Julien's concise portrait "Derek," which relies primarily on the helmer's own interviews and feature clips plus…
A rare baseball card, a couple of neurological impairments and a late-blooming love affair make Terry Kinney's light-hearted sitcom palatable enough.
Alex Rivera's ambitious directing debut lacks the vision, or the budget, to pull off its fusion of sci-fi and aspirational saga.