Parker Posey grabs the role of marginally psychotic supermarket schemer Susan Felders and squeezes it like an overripe organic cantaloupe.
Sundance Film Festival
This monotonously deadpan coming-of-age comedy has little to recommend it beyond some beautiful widescreen cinematography and the momentary kick of seeing David Duchovny looking like a stoned Jesus.
The American health care system is diagnosed up one side and down the other in the highly instructional docu.
Some classic gangster-movie tropes are taken for a ride in helmer Sally El Hosaini's "My Brother the Devil."
Sundance filmmakers and thesps dropped by the Variety Studio at the JGO Gallery on Main Street to discuss their new pics throughout fest week. Many were nervous about the impending premieres, while…
Mike Birbiglia transforms his one-man show into an endearing indie about the day-to-day indecisions and nocturnal perambulations of a commitment-phobic New Yorker.
A former rock 'n' roller withers on the vine in "California Solo," Marshall Lewy's forgettable sophomore effort (after a promising beginning with "Blue State").
IFC Films has acquired North American rights to writer-director-producer Josh Radnor's "Liberal Arts," which will be given a theatrical release later this year.
The drama of a young mother's act of betrayal during the last days of the Irish Troubles comes together with measured intelligence and artfully apportioned suspense in "Shadow Dancer."
Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions and Samuel Goldwyn Films are partnering on the U.S. theatrical release and jointly acquiring North American rights to Park Pictures Features' "Robot & Frank," for…
Skate culture remains in solid hands with filmmaker Stacy Peralta, who fashions his most personal doc on the sport-cum-lifestyle.