A timely shout-out to Blighty's youth (given the recent escalation in teen crime) to resist the temptations of violence and revenge, urban drama "Adulthood" reps an impressive, energetic sequel to…
The volatile ups and downs of horse racing are genially, if rather dully, distilled in John Corey's tyro docu. Account of the bittersweet, short-lived career of San Francisco thoroughbred Lost in the…
Now in his 60s, durable Franco-Belgian comicbook cowboy Lucky Luke starts off with a bang, meanders in the middle and comes home strong in the amusing toon "Go West! A Lucky Luke Adventure."
Curmudgeonly, cantankerous, cigar-chomping Hellboy is a cross between a '40s noir detective and a burning fireplace, but he's also cool enough to make "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" the hipster's hit…
With a principal cast of only three, the new 3-D "Journey to the Center of the Earth" probably has the highest screams-per-capita ratio in the history of action-adventure pics, and a better…
A gently subversive melodrama whose modesty hides an enormous message.
A fourth-generation white Fijian from a prominent colonial family, Owen Scott bravely examines the 2001 murder of his openly gay brother John in "An Island Calling."
A neatly assembled coming-of-ager set in a provincial Taiwan high school, "Winds of September" is a promising first feature by Cal Arts film grad Tom Lin that only lacks originality and characters to…
Tale of geeky battle reenactment fans with love-life problems features no big stars, but has mucho Internet and publicity buzz, so even if it loses theatrical battles it could win the war on…
Marbled with mordant humor, this realistically observed drama about an aging bomb-disposal worker is both written and largely played by real-life cops.
"Inconceivable" reps a prime example of bad films happening to good actors.