A slick, disposable soap opera about two dancers falling in love against Brooklyn's underground club scene.
Straight out of Brooklyn comes Keith Miller's "Five Star," a low-key but powerfully affecting urban drama that tells a familiar story with unusual authenticity and dramatic force.
Marlon Wayans' latest parody is sure to be among the worst movies in wide release this year, but it's far from the most hateable, and that should count for something.
It's unlikely that the hip-hop documentary "Time Is Illmatic" will have many showings as thrilling as its opening-night slot at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.
This sharp satire offers an unflattering portrait of undereducated, low-income Japanese twentysomethings.
The doctors of Axelle Ropert's "Miss and the Doctors" are a pair of bachelor family physicians who immerse themselves in their work at the expense of just about anything else.
"Transcendence" is a most curious name for a movie that never shakes free from those hoary old cliches about the evils of technology and the danger by which man plays at becoming a god.
A warm, witty exploration of gender, tradition and togetherness in the Bulgarian village of Satovcha.
This bland, earnest yet fairly restrained Christian heart-tugger isn't quite the vomitous bucket of spiritual saccharine the ads would suggest.
Solid acting overcomes a lack of dynamic tension in this family-friendly film.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Captain America: The Winter Soldier1Weekend:$26.6M Disney
Rio 22Weekend:$22.5M Fox
Heaven is for Real
Heaven is for Real3Weekend:$21.5M Sony / TriStar