First feature by writer/director Hilary Weisman is a domestic comedy shot locally in Chelmsford, Mass. Knowing take on family relationships overcomes technical rough edges, resulting in a contender…
Clearly out to tap the same heartline reached by last year's "Sleepless in Seattle," TriStar looks to have another summertime hit with this charming romantic comedy -- one that's less gushy than…
"Bodies and Souls" conducts a stream-of-consciousness scrutiny of the role of sex in an average heterosexual relationship observed via the couple's own exchanges and those with friends and family.
The fresh, clever, ironically hilarious "TV Nation," with director/co-writer/host Michael Moore looking rumpled under a baseball cap, is, conceptually, his feature docu "Roger and Me" reformatted for…
Debuting Czech director Vladimir Michalek brings countryman Franz Kafka's unfinished novel "Amerika" to the screen with care and imagination. But as has previously been the problem in rendering the…
In a bold chess move that triumphs, director Grzegorz Krolikiewicz casts aging and crippled Bronek Pekosinski in his own biography. The Alzheimer-diagnosed Pole takes a dry-eyed journey through his…
Thirty short films, based on ideas culled from over 3,000 proposals submitted by French students aged under 20, and directed by a cross-section of volunteer helmers and celebs make up "3,000…
An oddball comedy about a mild-mannered geek who's shafted by his best friend on his stag night, "Staggered" is a likable Brit item that's average multiplex fodder. Good-looking but unevenly paced…
# Showtime's smart, fresh "Rebel Highway" series debuts in high gear with "Roadracers,"'50s teen pastiche helmed by Robert Rodriguez.