Suffused with the bargain-basement blandness of an Afterschool Special, "Breakfast with Scot" is the kind of gay-themed pic that won't ruffle the feathers of a granny in Manitoba, though it's bound…
As unassuming and subtle as some of the 500-pound drag queens that pirouette through it, "SqueezeBox!" celebrates, with in-your-face insistence, its title nightclub, which existed (incongruously…
Playing a negligent mother isn't usually the way to get ahead in the acting biz, but the elfin Michelle Monaghan must have seen "Trucker" as her vehicle out of the ingenue parking lot of sidekicks…
It takes a hard-knocks teen prostitute to shove some order and sense into the head of an awkward, barely formed adolescent boy in actor Isild Le Besco's second feature, "Charly."
Zhao Liang upturns the common perception that Chinese media and artists have little or no access to corridors of the military and law enforcement.
Emmy-nominated director Judd Ehrlich dishes up another character-driven Gotham docu with the story of Fred Lebow.
After two decades in which he was minimally represented on Broadway, Clifford Odets resurfaced two seasons ago with a superlative revival of his poetic 1935 debut "Awake and Sing!" and now with Mike…
Life is a river -- one clogged with vehicular traffic and bustling humans who fail to see the commonalities between them -- according to Mark Street's arty docu, which is personal to the point of…
Echoes of several recent J-horror pics (and their Americanized remakes) reverberate throughout "They Wait," an efficiently creepy Canadian-produced thriller that should perform nicely in global…
Rome's contemporary art world forms the backdrop to multi-hyphenate Sergio Rubini's combination of Faustian drama and psychological thriller "At a Glance," a handsomely lensed but uninvolving game of…