"Ballroom Dancer" follows onetime World Latin Dance champion Slavik Kryklyvyy as he tries to recapture his former glory.
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"Glee" thesp Chris Colfer plays another precociously creative and snark-slinging high schooler in "Struck by Lightning," a mediocre coming-of-age indie.
A touching cameo turn by Tippi Hedren is the sole benefit of "Free Samples," a pathetically inept comedy-drama about a hungover law-school dropout's humiliating stint in a Los Angeles ice-cream truck.
The film does all it can to maintain an objective perspective on the Texas textbook battle, but always stays one unsteady step away from hysteria.
Inevitably best suited to fans, docu follows two of the last Major League Baseball pitchers who, at the time the pic was shot, continued to throw from their fingertips.
"Future Weather" integrates a green message into an emotional drama about intergenerational female conflict.
Drama "Any Day Now" and doc "Burn" scored the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival's audience awards, announced at the fest's wrap party on Saturday, April 28
"Portrait of Wally" isn't just about stolen art: It's about cultural skulduggery, political sleaze, institutional hypocrisy and the virtues of persistence.
Two years ago, Goldcrest exec director Nick Quested and his board of directors took a hard look at the global entertainment marketplace and the opportunities their 35-year-old production and…
"Una noche" led the list of award winners in the juried competitions at the Tribeca Film Festival, with Lucy Mulloy's feature scoring three kudos -- including one for one of the young actors who…
A highly satisfying Western-cum-noir in the old tradition, "Deadfall" is alive in ways that are all too rare among American movies.