Nia Vardalos' latest toplining effort, "My Life in Ruins," is doomed from the start.
Tribeca Film Festival
Magnolia has acquired world rights to writer/director Conor McPherson's drama "The Eclipse."
Despite a strong sense of the oxymoronic, doc has a lot of great music and spirit.
Another expertly written joyride through the confines of narrowminded provincialism to cleansing self-awareness.
The jury prizes for the Tribeca Film Festival's eighth edition had an international flavor.
A late-blooming obsession with chess leads a middle-aged hotel maid to reinvent herself.
The somewhat shapeless documentary occasionally founders in nostalgia.
A less-than-frothy domestic showdown owes as much to Edward Albee as to Nora Ephron.
Nothing could be less sensationalistic than this study of free enterprise in free fall.
A movie that was probably a lot more fun to make than it is to watch.
May have auds imagining the movie playing on and on, beneath the floorboards.