A low-budget stab at high Western melodrama a la "Giant" and "East of Eden," with primal conflicts between generations and siblings in a contempo setting.
Ben Mittleman turns the camera on himself in advance of his open-heart surgery to make "Dying to Live."
Pic follows the very blonde, artificially buxom Heather Veitch on her controversial mission of Christian outreach to porn workers.
Paradoxically, the beauty and splendor of the Grand Canyon, so impressively showcased by Imax maestro Greg MacGillivray in his first 3-D venture, almost belies this docu's dire ecological message…
Liam Neeson makes a surprisingly convincing one-man mean machine in "Taken."
Though it telegraphs its punches too obviously, the pugilism-and-perspiration epic "Never Back Down" has all the ingredients to be a knockout at the B.O.
Two women living with overlapping insecurities -- one is an anorexic, the other overweight -- embark on a curious, sometimes unhealthy friendship.
Everyone's abused or abusive, a perv, a prostitute or a wannabe, in "On the Doll."
"Crawford" offers an evenhanded account of the impact on the small Texas town chosen as the site of the "Western White House."
Low-budget lark "The Eternal City" echoes classic '80s Amerindie quirks despite plentiful local color.
An agreeable tone and cast make "Sherman's Way" go down easy.