For its revival of Christopher Marlowe's "Edward the Second," Red Bull Theater uses a gaudy aesthetic similar to the one that made its 2005 remount of "The Revenger's Tragedy" so grotesquely exciting.
"Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" strums the genre for considerable laughs, with John C. Reilly playing the title balladeer from teen to senior citizen, generating enough goodwill to offset the flat…
Finished shortly before Hurricane Rita, director Bethany Ashton Wolf's bayou-based potboiler "Little Chenier" ends with a photo of the devastation the storm caused, a poignant reminder of the…
A veteran explorer of life at emotional extremes, writer-director Vicente Aranda is back in familiar territory with "Love Songs in Lolita's Club," a drama that manages to be both daring and dreary.
The rise and fall of Italy's Fiat fiefdom could make a great movie, but "Miss F" misses the mark.
A chronic skin condition is the last thing a teenager needs, but add family problems and the angst is just beginning in "Neanderthal."
"Burned Hearts" centers on a young architect hoping to settle accounts with his dying uncle and free himself from painful memories.
Provocative in both content and technique, "Fairytale of Kathmandu" is ostensibly about a renowned Gaelic poet, Cathal O Searcaigh, but is equally about the doc's director, Neasa Ni Chianain, for…
Precise lensing, a strong sense of locale and vibrant, eminently likeable perfs enliven "Arranged."
More than hyperactive enough to engage small fry with microscopic attention spans, "Alvin and the Chipmunks" also has built-in nostalgia appeal for baby-boomer parents and grandparents willing to…
Taking the legend of the Loch Ness monster out for an engaging ride, "The Water Horse" benefits from a strong sense of time and place, lush photography and committed performances.