Pic doesn't rise much above sitcom level in material or execution, but provides enough laughs and goodwill to be disarmingly entertaining.
Sundance Film Festival
"Luv" follows a boy through a day and night with his ex-con uncle as deals go south and retribution is exacted.
"Wrong" is a curious tale about a man searching for his dog in a suburban bubble where everything is a little askew.
Pic is an offbeat character study about a bodybuilder whose shyness leads him to look for an arranged bride in Thailand.
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all North American, Latin American and Eastern European rights to Lee Toland Krieger's "Celeste & Jesse Forever."
Focus Features' brass are wheels-up out of Sundance this morning with ''For A Good Time, Call ...'' safely checked on the plane.
LONDON -- U.K. specialty distrib Dogwoof has snapped up Brit rights to Fredrik Gertten's "Big Boys Gone Bananas!" and Lise Birk Pedersen's "Putin's Kiss" at the Sundance Film Festival.
With production values aplenty, "The Imposter" uses atmospheric reenactments and stark, soul-bearing interviews to explore a mind-boggling case of false identity.
Though "Bridesmaids'" success last year made it clear dudes aren't the only ones who enjoy a good raunchy comedy, it's unlikely folks of any gender are going to get many laughs from charmless…
Matt Ross' "28 Hotel Rooms" flirts with erotic and cinematic possibilities in examining a long-distance affair that starts with casual sex and grows to emotional involvement over a number of years.
A small movie with a big heart, "Safety Not Guaranteed" is a sci-fi-tinged oddball comedy about love as the ultimate risky adventure.