A striking lest-we-forget tale suffers from unstriking treatment in Javier Balaguer's docudrama "Natives of the Night," an uninspiringly stolid take on the horrors inflicted on the Dominican Republic…
Unrelentingly macho, violent and a bit of a hoot, sci-fi actioner "Terra Nova" looks set to be the next Russian B.O. smash when it bows in late August. Made on a big (for Russia) budget alleged to be…
A birdwatchers' "Best in Show," Alex Karpovsky's mock-doc "Woodpecker" stretches its single joke to feature length, earning a beakful of yuks.
Some cynics may expect the worst of another Eddie Murphy vehicle involving extraterrestrials -- insert joke about "The Adventures of Pluto Nash" here -- but that only makes "Meet Dave" all the more…
Where Paul Haggis' "Crash" found touch-deprived Angelenos striving for contact via auto collisions, "Garden Party's" City of Angels ensemble favors the old-fashioned bump and grind.
When a femme delivers a pizza to a Moscow apartment, the customer imprisons her inside in the jejune drama "Closed Spaces."
A terminally lame puberty comedy about a prematurely bald 13-year-old, "Harold" flatlines even a Fred Willard proctologist cameo.
Ruggedly handsome Jack Wrangler was a leading name in gay porn throughout the 1970s, and one of the few such who made numerous straight-sex films as well.
Affecting but disingenuous docu "China's Stolen Children" explores the booming kiddie trade and the growing epidemic of child kidnappings taking place in the wake of China's one-child policy.
"Pageant" is an entertaining look at the 34th Miss Gay America event.
A portrait of the would-be artist as a young and aging procrastinator, "Finishing Heaven" works hard to fathom why filmmaker Robert Feinberg spent 37 years trying to complete his first feature -- and…