Cheerfully embracing his status as cult B-movie genre megastar even as he sends it up, Bruce Campbell's sophomore directorial excursion, "My Name is Bruce," is a big in-joke of definite if limited…
This is the story of a laffer that earned raves, but never quite amassed enough eyeballs, and the film mogul who dreamed up the show: It's "Arrested Development."
Times may change, but human emotions remain the same in writer-helmer Ventura Pons' unrelenting gloomfest "Outsiders," a claustrophobic generational study of a family that hasn't learned from its…
A professional sniper has his assassination plans foiled by "A Pain in the Ass" in scribe-helmer Francis Veber's remake of a film he wrote 35 years ago and shouldn't have revived a second time.
Bollywood major Yash Raj ends a dull year on an even duller note with "Rab ne bana di jodi," the much-hyped return of inhouse producer Aditya Chopra to directing after legendary hit "Dilwale dulhania…
With so many docus on the circuit depicting Africa's miseries, "Milking the Rhino" reps refreshingly optimistic fare. H
Never one to force his will in Hollywood, Ron Howard decided to use some of the clout he had earned over decades in the television and movie business for something quite personal.
Without breaking new ground in the subgenre of hymns to traditional life in Inner Mongolia, ethnic helmer Hasichaolu capably pays respect in "Urtin duu."
The renewal of an ancient family feud leads to redemption for an outcast son in "Shiro's Head," the first-ever feature made in Guam by Guamanians.
A delightfully goofy summer-camp comedy, "Sorasoi" reps another feather in the eccentric cap of Japanese helmer Katsuhito Ishii.
A slain cop is resurrected as a masked crime-fighter in "The Spirit," but Frank Miller's solo writing-directing debut plunges into a watery grave early on and spends roughly the next 100 minutes…