Jacobs' slow-building portrait of a late bloomer makes this poetic pic an outsider even among outsider movies.
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Blood is thicker than varnish remover in "Restoration," a handsome production of intriguing surfaces.
Doc is like a hipster's King Tut's tomb, and History Films' involvement assures cable exposure.
Wonks meet everyday Joes to explain the economic crisis in David Sington's intelligent "The Flaw."
The lifeblood drains early from "Vampire," the English-language debut of Japanese multihyphenate Iwai Shunji.
"Ledge" looks like a better leap for cable than theatrical.
Anchor Bay Films has picked up rights to Antonio Banderas thriller "The Big Bang" and is skedded for a release in the second quarter of 2011.
Paramount Pictures has teamed up with billionaire Steven Rales' film financing-production arm Indian Paintbrush and snapped up rights to Drake Doremus' "Like Crazy," following Saturday's world preem.
In the first major acquisition to come out of this year's Sundance Film Festival, Lionsgate has co-opted with Roadside Attractions to acquire and release helmer J.C. Chandor's "Margin Call."
A consistently amusing and not entirely vacuous stunt.
A rocket-powered thriller that could, by dint of sheer sensationalism, break the Iraq movie curse.