"Rosemary's Vegan Vampire Baby" would be a fine title for satirical creepfest "Grace."
A visceral, unsettlingly violent 80's-set yarn about one man's rise from wimp to warrior, U.K. bar brawler "Clubbed" packs a few too many punches to completely satisfy its against-all-odds scenario.
The Mouse House's first production under its Paris-based Disneynature label, "The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos" offers up a visually captivating flight through a little-known realm of the…
The origins of a spiritual tradition are depicted with prerequisite solemnity and a pleasing veneer of arthouse showmanship in Nipponese period biopic "Zen." Depicting the life of the feudal-era monk…
Using a disappointingly blunt new adaptation by Christopher Shinn, this is a production so doused in glum eccentricities that Ibsen's terminally bored neurotic has already reached the apex of her…
A diligent domestic causes all sorts of trouble for herself and the family she works for.
More congratulatory than insightful, "Why We Laugh" offers an entertaining overview of African-American comedic talent over recent decades.
"White Lightnin'" comes off patronizing and fatally pretentious in its glimpse of hillbilly hell.
Film has a lively spirit that recalls the playfulness of the French New Wave.
A cartoonishly noir policer that's as slow and lumbering as its overweight protag, "Diamond 13" features Gerard Depardieu as a washed-up, alcoholic lawman who's both corrupted and incorruptible…
Jeff Lipsky's film is perhaps the first ever in which karaoke is the crucible of a mid-life crisis.