If Sean Hayes helped break ground on "Will & Grace," all he saves here is the TV-given right to roll out retreads.
Francois Ozon's mid-career roll continues with this nuanced, emotionally temperate study of a bourgeois teenage girl who takes up prostitution.
If you can't imagine anything funnier than the sight of a drunk Asian-American streaking in a pink bra with a teddy bear glued to his junk, that's OK, neither can "21 and Over" writer-directors Jon…
A traveling-circus fable whose titular protag has lost his laughter, "The Clown" will put a sad smile on even the most cynical face.
A quietly absorbing portrait of the infinitely finicky care that goes into Michelin three-starred French cuisine, "Step Up to the Plate" has the requisite mix of vicarious gastronomical thrills and…
The old fortune-cookie wisdom about the journey being more important than the destination is emphatically underscored by Brazilian Sundance entry "Father's Chair."
Returning to the surfers and party animals he profiled while co-helming "Bra Boys" with Sunny Abberton, Aussie documaker Macario De Souza delivers much more honest and technically polished results in…
"Weeds" creator/exec producer Jenji Kohan has cut a new two-year overall deal with Lionsgate TV, home of the long-running Showtime comedy.
Slowhand is known for its indie service deals. In the past year, films from helmers including Michael Corrente ("Brooklyn Rules") and Christopher Cain ("September Dawn") have sent their titles…
As sugary and insubstantial as a lollipop, Maryse Sistach's "Emma's Bra" is the Mexican helmer's least significant film to date -- a cutesy bit of nostalgia about a teen girl's coming of age in the…