Bryan Poyser's post-mumblecore comedy is witty only on occasion, but it lingers in the mind.
Sundance Film Festival
The irreconcilable differences in the abortion debate are simply and superficially observed.
Like "Open Water" on a ski lift, pic takes horrifying "what if" concept and stretches it to 90 minutes.
The snow and crowds abated a bit in Sundance's second week and so did the soirees.
An imperious eccentric mentors a promising young one in a highly entertaining character comedy.
Pic amusingly reverses horror convention in which nubile urban youths are menaced by rural inbreds.
Focus Features appears to have won the fight for Lisa Cholodenko's lesbian parenting comedy "The Kids Are All Right."
The world debut of "Cane Toads: The Conquest" at Sundance takes the nature docu to a new level.
Joel Schumacher's Sundance debut can't decide if it's a cautionary tale or a lifestyle catalog.
Beautiful women beating the hell out of each other is a pretty marketable hook.
"Night Catches Us" recalls the racially angry atmosphere of mid-'70 Philadelphia.