If the title "Up the Yangtze!" suggests "up a creek!," it's no coincidence.
A typically eccentric dramedy from vet auteur Gonzalo Suarez that points up in none-too-subtle fashion the similarities between acting and politics, "Oviedo Express" is so over-the-top, it's planes…
Co-dependence has causes, and even virtues, in "Happily Ever After," a Japanese laff-flecked drama centered on domestic violence.
Chronicling the birth of television and the ensuing patent war through the clash between an enterprising scientific genius from Utah and a Russian immigrant turned hard-nosed corporate honcho, "The…
A docu constructed from re-enactments packs a punch.
"Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" proves a satisfying screen version of Stephen Sondheim's theatrical musical.
Warners is disposing of the inconvenient with its conspicuously underpublicized Nov. 30 regional release of "Mama's Boy." Haphazardly conceived and clumsily executed, this aggressively quirky yet…
For anyone who follows New York theater, one of the pleasures of the past two seasons has been witnessing the extraordinary mid-career blossoming of Martha Plimpton.
Open-heart surgery: You really might want to sleep through it. That is the lesson learned in "Awake," in which Hayden Christensen finds himself exactly that during the procedure. Featuring Jessica…
A stately, well-crafted, sometimes potent period drama about a family tragedy in a northern Spanish village, "Sunday Light" again shows Jose Luis Garci far from cinema's cutting edge.
Math and mystery add up to an unlikely but engrossing solution in "Fermat's Room," a locked-room teaser that handles its limited dramatic permutations with flair, skill and a nicely contempo air.