Although he's best known for playing leading man, nice-guy roles, Robert Wagner has taken starring roles in two movies, playing unsavory types in both.
Little Voice" is a small picture with a big heart. Intelligently opened up from Jim Cartwright's London legit hit, without losing the intimacy of the characters, this broad, northern English…
A gallery of characters who are all tormented about the way they look, the onset of old age or the impermanence of relationships feature in Doris Dorrie's intermittently engaging "Am I Beautiful?," a…
A homeless girl is befriended by a man who claims to be Jesus Christ in this contrived, awkward Kiwi pic. A borderline-embarrassing mixture of scrunge and religious sentiment, the film lacks an…
The boundaries between real life and reel life get cheerfully blurred in the South Korean "Extras." Possessing more energy than logic, the yarn of day players who become vigilantes could score in…
With the exception of a couple of top-grossing Gotham arthouses, the much-anticipated theatrical debut of Samuel Goldwyn Films' "Lolita" turned out to be more sizzle than steak.
Having proved himself a skilled director of sharply scripted social comedies, Daniele Luchetti seems destined to keep following his hits with ambitious misfires. "Il Portaborse" segued to the…
Portraying Jesus Christ in distinctly human rather than divine terms, "The Garden of Eden" maps the formative 18-year period spanning his childhood, adolescence and early adulthood, which immediately…
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Dawn of The Planet of The Apes
Dawn of The Planet of The Apes3Daily:$2.5M Cumulative:$177.2M Fox 13.35%