David Gordon Green's patiently observed, often unsettlingly violent drama can't help but feel overly familiar in some of its particulars.
A warmly enjoyable dual-character study whose mix of comedic and serious elements should get the good reviews needed to bolster middling commercial prospects.
There are many writerly lines in Josh Boone's easygoing-bordering-on-anemic family drama, but the outcome suggests a series of sketches that tax neither the intellect nor the nervous system, and…
A disastrously dull take on the disaster-movie formula that chooses to spend the last three weeks of life on earth with two of its least interesting inhabitants.
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After hitching his wagon to David Gordon Green, North Carolina grad gains acclaim at successive Sundances with "Take Shelter," "Compliance"
"Salvation Boulevard's" Tim Orr talks about Adam Stone's work on "Take Shelter"
Jonah Hill ranks somewhere between Christopher Walken and Gary Busey on the list of Hollywood character actors you might trust to spend an evening watching your kids.
This witless medieval stoner comedy feels like something hatched during a cannabis-clouded slumber party.
An enormously entertaining documentary that uses colorful producer Jerry Weintraub as an eager surrogate to breeze through a half-century of iconic Hollywood and pop music history.
The Sundance Institute has unveiled its members of five juries that will award prizes at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, which runs Jan. 20-30.