The little habanera that could, the titular chestnut of popular song is traced around the world in this warm, unaffected docu.
"Hope" must be the world's first U.S.- and India-set drama advocating the use of embryonic stem cells in medical treatment.
"The Baby Doll Night" attempts to explain Egyptian anti-Israeli sentiment along with bitterness over American foreign policy by drawing parallels to everything from 9/11 to the Holocaust.
As compact and unaffected as its pugilist protag, "Comeback" follows Germany's former light-heavyweight champ Juergen "the Rock" Hartenstein on a quixotic quest to re-enter the ring after three years…
You don't have to be Jewish or understand a box score to embrace the crowd-pleasing national-pastime docu "Holy Land Hardball."
"The Love Guru" is so relentlessly juvenile as to merit a new twist on the PG-13 rating -- one that strongly cautions not only those under 13 but anyone much above it, too.
E.L. Doctorow's short story "Jolene" becomes a long, long movie under the direction of Dan Ireland.
The new season of "Weeds" amounts to a reboot -- unearthing the show and planting it in a new venue. The transfer, however, has only moved the series further away from reality and any semblance of…
Primitive in all the wrong ways, "National Lampoon's Homo Erectus" sets comedy back a good 2 million years, reminding auds of simpler times when a club to the head or a spear to the crotch was all it…
"Thing With No Name" follows the month-to-month progress of two South African women who begin belated treatment for advanced AIDS, switching between the subjects and their families as they attempt to…
Frank Henenlotter's "Bad Biology" mates a genitally engorged male monster with a blonde babe who has seven sexual organs and a singular case of "permanent sexual arousal."