The pleasure of watching Patrick Stewart navigate his first juicy gay character since "Jeffrey" propels Stephen Belber's otherwise play-it-straight "Match."
Tribeca Film Festival
"Murder of a Cat" is that rare post-"Little Miss Sunshine" laffer that could actually stand to be quirkier.
Talya Lavie’s “Zero Motivation,” a comedy about a unit of young Israeli soldiers, nabbed two prizes, including one for best narrative feature, at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival’s awards ceremony. The…
Mary Elizabeth Winstead gives an extraordinary performance in this uneven but pleasurably mellow indie.
For anyone who's ever wondered whether "the right one" might be somewhere out there waiting for you, Joss Whedon has the answer in the form of a supernatural soap opera so first-drafty, only the…
Aspiring novelist Brian Bloom (Anton Yelchin) receives nothing but rejection letters from publishers, but when it comes to romance, he has considerably better luck, earning coy encouragement from a…
The hunt for a mystery man of Chinese-American cuisine spreads out across the globe in "The Search for General Tso."
Rory Culkin's electrifying performance as a mentally disturbed young man dominates Lou Howe's debut.
Tonislav Hristov skewers the nerd herd in this alternately funny and painful look at the gender divide.
In "Boulevard," a middle-aged married man picks up a gay hustler on the Nashville street where hookers hang out, pays the kid for company instead of sex and ever-so-gradually begins to confront the…
If Sam Raimi and Jim Henson had dreamed up a movie together … well, it wouldn't have looked very much like "Zombeavers."