Director Udayan Prasad transposes an urban myth, first published in 1971 by Pete Hamil, to post-Katrina Louisiana.
Hollywood addresses its favorite subject -- again -- in "The Deal," holding a funhouse mirror up to itself for 100 minutes of grating insiders-only fun.
Twisty but soft-boiled comic yarn follows an aspiring journalist who uncovers a web of not-so-intriguing intrigue within the student body.
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The Sylvester Stallone nostalgia tour that began with another "Rocky" continues with this fourth "Rambo." Although Stallone plays it completely straight, the mere idea of the aging action star…
The familiar, classic verities of the prison break movie are loyally observed in "The Escapist," but with a catch: The break starts at the beginning.
A Musical for the Tween in All of Us" is the catch phrase on ads for "Wanda's World." Whether there is in fact a tween in all of us is open to debate, but there's no question that the creators of…
The home in which "The Main(e) Play" unfolds is an uninviting place to return to. Spilled Lego pieces bite into unprotected feet, an unseen hell-raising kid shoots BBs at sleeping guests from…
Pic intriguingly draws the curtain back on the seldom considered world of Dominican baseball players trying to make it in the United States.
The documentary as social analgesic has seldom had a better exemplar than "Kicking It," an account of the fifth annual Homeless World Cup.
"I.O.U.S.A." is an alternately amusing and alarming primer on America's off-the-charts fiscal irresponsibility.