A working mom's efforts to raise cash to buy an upgraded trailer home lead her into a strange netherworld of human smuggling in Courtney Hunt's solid debut, "Frozen River."
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Undeniably entertaining for its zippy presentation, not to mention the rooting/hissing value assigned various principals, pic is a broadcast natural.
It's a quick trip from whimsy to silliness in "Be Kind Rewind," a notably ephemeral work by Michel Gondry.
Editor-writer-director Lance Hammer makes an extraordinary debut with "Ballast."
ESPN has acquired the Colin Farrell-narrated soccer documentary "Kicking It" as part of a broader deal for the film's distribution. The announcement came Saturday afternoon, hours before the film's…
The long sidelined subgenre centered on mysterious doings aboard exotic trains is put back on the tracks in "Transsiberian."
A mesmerizing portrait of the director as acclaimed artist and tortured human being.
Like "Donnie Darko," "Thumbsucker" and a few others, "The Wackness" treads the familiar teenage male terrain with assurance and distinction.
Alexandra Westmeier's beautifully shot German docu "Alone in Four Walls" provides a nonjudgmental snapshot of Russian youth.
Imagine "The Bucket List" reconceived as a New York art installation, with some free-love shenanigans thrown in for good measure, and you'll have a faint idea of what to expect.