A highly eccentric, funny-sad tale of friendship and failure that occupies a curious space between inner-city realism and almost childlike myth.
After scrutinizing the standup comedy world in "Sleepwalk With Me," Mike Birbiglia's second feature is another accomplished seriocomedy, this time about an improv comedy troupe.
Making the first of an expected six film appearances in 2016 alone, the ever-prolific, never-selective Nicolas Cage at least seems to be enjoying himself more than usual in "The Trust."
A muscular exercise in brutal, relentless peril that should please genre fans.
USA Network’s “Mr. Robot” might feature a central character who can’t always be sure what’s real and what’s imaginary, but the show still prides itself on staying grounded by tackling some of the…
A two-hour online cat-video binge would yield as many "awws" and probably far more laughs than "Keanu," an initially amusing but fatally overstretched action-comedy.
On Saturday night, South by Southwest unveiled a work-in-progress midnight showing of New Line’s "Keanu," starring the Comedy Central duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele. But while the movie was…
One of the more inspired concoctions to emerge from the busy Blumhouse horror-thriller assembly line in recent years.
Walking a fine line between charming lark and smirking goof, Ti West's "In a Valley of Violence" is a Western homage that has its heart in the genre, but not so much in the story.
Waterworks are sparse in "Donald Cried," but there's plenty of anxious, cringe-inducing humor to be found in writer-director-star Kris Avedisian's comedy of discomfort.
A jagged, semi-impressionistic approach and two outstanding lead performances distinguish writer-director Joey Klein's "The Other Half" among the cinema's many portraits of self-destructiveness and…