Yossi Aviram makes an uncommonly sensitive debut with this beautifully understated drama about a father and his long-estranged son.
The subject matter is so intriguing as to exacerbate the sense that "Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight" is something of a letdown, dramatically speaking. Anchored by Frank Langella and Christopher…
Two middle-aged family men begin a life of crime in first-time Spanish director Alejandro Marzoa's nicely understated black comedy.
Bravo has ordered a second season of reality show “Below Deck.” Renewal arrives after the season finale, which aired August 26, drew 1.8 million total viewers, and almost a million in the coveted…
Neil Drumming makes a skillfully scripted debut with this story of three former members of a '90s hip-hop band.
Coming-of-age stories never go out of style, which explains why TV keeps returning to them. Now Hulu joins the party with "Moone Boy," an Irish version of "The Wonder Years," only set in the late…
For those who didn't find "Walk the Line" a sufficient exploration of the Johnny Cash-June Carter made-in-country-heaven romance, Lifetime putties in the gaps with "Ring of Fire," a handsome-looking…
Having previously dipped Down Under to find comedy in the underwhelming "Wilfred," FX returns to those environs by tapping Aussie stand-up Jim Jefferies to star in "Legit," a quirky, profane, but…
Casting Cantopop queen Joey Yung as a Cantopop queen bemoaning the inconvenience of fame, "Diva" puts its protag on a pedestal and leaves her standing lifeless as marble.
Since "Anger Management" boils down to "The Bob Newhart Show" with more sex jokes, critics will likely be tempted to write about numerous topics peripherally related to the actual show. All those…
Though absolutes should generally be avoided, it's safe to say "Diaz: Don't Clean Up This Blood" breaks the record for most truncheon beatings in one movie.