Boasting a high-profile cast of smallscreen thesps, Jennifer Westfeldt's Gotham-set romantic comedy unfolds in a glib, familiar sitcom universe.
Toronto International Film Festival
Doug Glatt is sweet-natured but armed with a solid punch, as is "Goon," based on the lovable true story of Doug Smith, a hockey enforcer who achieved minor-league fame.
The cinematic equivalent of a concert T-shirt, XXL biodocu "Pearl Jam Twenty" gives another awesome souvenir to die-hard fans of the chart-topping Seattle scenesters-turned-cult faves while leaving…
Grief doesn't rate high among emotional states suited to high-octane presentation; hence the disconnect between excessive style and sober content in "Burning Man," a feature-length montage posing as…
A soap opera filtered through the influences of Mike Leigh, Robert Altman and John Cassavetes, Jose Canijo's "Blood of My Blood" is an overlong portrait of a family living in one of Lisbon's rougher…
Gianni Amelio uses such an excessively subdued approach in his filmization of Albert Camus' final, unfinished novel, "The First Man," that the whole is less than the sum of its select, often…
Crime Scene Pictures partners Adam Ripp and Rob Paris are teaming with Nick Wechsler to produce action thriller "Man With a Gun," based on a screenplay by Robert Hewitt Wolfe.
A taut, often ingenious thriller that falls short only when it becomes untrue to its central conceit: the surveillance of a couple by a virtual intruder.
As buyers circle hockey comedy "Goon" following its raucous Saturday preem," co-writer and star Jay Baruchel is warming up to co-script sports comedy "Baseballissimo" with writing partner Jesse…
With a list of ancestors that includes Shakespeare, Tran Anh Hung, "The Godfather" and the Bible, "Bunohan" serves up a feast of archetypes and violence amid a story that twines like a basketful of…