Billy Joel may look like a mob lawyer these days, but his voice still rings.
Tribeca Film Festival
John Irving-style mishaps and labored irony fail to maintain drama or coherence in "Accidents Happen."
A little more than halfway through the 2010 Tribeca Film Fest, a couple of questions seem to recur.
Endearingly sweet, though it plays off a lot of old tropes, "Spork" does boast a surefire, attention-grabbing hook.
"The Two Escobars" are related not by blood, but by a Colombian soccer team.
Girls just want to have fun, and God help anyone who rains on their parade.
A group of up-and-coming filmmakers picked up kudos in the 7th annual Tribeca All Access Creative Promise Awards, in a Gotham ceremony that took place Friday during the run of the Tribeca Film Fest.
Pic abstractly manipulates multiple layers of representation to shattering effect.
It's totally obvious why the Tribeca Film Festival opened with "Shrek Forever After," said org's co-founder Jane Rosenthal: "Every New Yorker has an inner ogre."
Pretty people kicking major ass is a fairly solid formula for success.
Whether or not Shrek has outlived his usefulness as a profit center, time has passed him by.
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