Jeff Lipsky's film is perhaps the first ever in which karaoke is the crucible of a mid-life crisis.
Sundance Film Festival
A misguided attempt to shift some raw ideas about the battle of the sexes from book to film.
A long, slow trip down the Hudson River for a grief-stricken swimmer as well as the audience.
The secret talks that precipitated the end of apartheid are recounted crisply in "Endgame."
What brought Ashton Kutcher, the purveyor of "Punk'd," to the high temple of independent cinema? In part, promotion for Sundance Premieres selection "Spread," a guilty-pleasure sex romp in which he…
Sundance 2009 was quieter, warmer and, happily, shorter.
IFC Films bought U.S. rights to Armando Iannucci's comedy "In the Loop" hours before its preem at the Sundance Film Festival.
First of all, Sundance 2009 was one of the better, and least aggravating, editions of this year-launching festival in some time.
"Spread" squanders some initial goodwill on a forced, desultory final act.
The psyche of a beyond-the-pale sports nerd is probed, dissected, exposed and otherwise held up to the light in "Big Fan."