There's an intelligent case to be made for intelligent design, which is why "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed," a flimsy attempt to discredit Darwinist theory as the cornerstone of modern biology…
An in-name-only remake of the post-"Halloween" slasher pic that solidified Jamie Lee Curtis' status as scream queen of the polyester era, "Prom Night" is a surprisingly effective teen-skewing…
Those salivating at the thought of Jet Li and Jackie Chan going mano-a-mano are likely to be among the more disappointed customers for "The Forbidden Kingdom."
"88 Minutes" can't even live up to its title. With 19 -- count 'em, 19 -- producers, including director Jon Avnet, ensuring that every aspect of the film, from the script to the star's haircut, is…
Almost all the elements that made the two "Death Note" psychothrillers special are signally absent from "L: Change the World," a lame spinoff centering on the geeky, kohl-eyed detective created by…
A three-armed man embarks on a road trip to Bangkok for surgical amputation in the audacious Thai comedy-romancer, "Handle Me With Care."
Those wondering whether that magical '70s art form is finally dead will have their suspicions confirmed by "Disco," a new comedy by writer-helmer Fabien Onteniente and stand-up star Franck Dubosc…
A mother's will can't be stopped in "Lullaby," director Darrell James Roodt's alternately nail-biting and preposterous thriller set in deepest Johannesburg. Without Melissa Leo putting heart and soul…
"Crazy" is as steady and conservative as its subject, country/jazz guitar phenom Hank Garland, is impulsive, akimbo and troubled.
Writer-director Richard Dutcher's patented form of Mormon noir reaches the bursting point in "Falling," an urban thriller so abounding in contempo mood and memorably savage violence that it will be…