A visually mangy but frequently hilarious low-budgeter.
Ensnares a first-rate cast in a dramatic dragnet for a moral lesson about street-weary policemen.
Stark yet mildly affecting, "Taking Chance" doesn't delve deeply enough into its subject matter.
A high-concept/low-impact twist on torture porn will likely do its slaying on DVD.
In tyro helmer Georgiana Nestor's geriatric laffer "The Sublet," a lonely old man's fake ad offering to rent his apartment brings the world to his door -- or at least a motley assortment of…
Helmer Patrick Lussier shamelessly exploits state-of-the-art 3-D camera trickery for cheap thrills.
Maudlin sentiment, miserablist humor and scatological sight gags are affectionately but awkwardly molded together in a glum tale of friendship between two very unlikely pen pals.
Decent Korean horror opus "Voices" centers on a requisite young female protagonist whose closest friends and family suffer sudden bouts of murderous violence.
With an encouraging yet desperate nod toward the two biggest movie-consuming populations on earth, Warners is releasing the Bollywood musical/martial-arts adventure "Chandni Chowk to China" -- a film…
Shifting from the jet-black absurdism of "Bartleby," director Jonathan Parker jabs and pokes at the New York contemporary art world with some satirical success in "(Untitled)."
After wisely affixing himself to Will Smith and Adam Sandler, Kevin James rides solo in "Mall Cop."