Living up to its grandiose title, "Feast of Love" is a cinematic essay on the infinite varieties of amour -- from the reckless ardor of youth to the cooler, more compromised emotional landscape of…
Credit "Dirty Sexy Money" with the best title of any new series this year -- a "Desperate Housewives"-like, everything-you-need-to-know enticement, hinting at all manner of tawdry thrills.
Although hyped as "the third and final installment of the $100 million 'Resident Evil' trilogy," "Resident Evil: Extinction" actually plays less like a continuation of the vidgame-inspired franchise…
NBC's "Life" is a gritty, off-the-wall drama that dabbles in the deep and the deadpan.
A wannabe jazz trumpeter finds redemption via his village roots in "Under the Stars," a drama that combines quirkiness with poetry and more than consolidates the international rep writer-director…
Dalton Trumbo himself might declare "Trumbo," the handsome docu adaptation of son Christopher's play of the same title, a bit tame and more than a tad subdued.
A committed perf by Rebecca De Mornay as a woman who won't let go of her daughter's figure skating career -- even after the daughter has -- isn't enough to ballast semi-serious, semi-satiric…
Though good intentions don't necessarily excuse pic's more predictable elements, unjaded auds will see under-the-radar release as a rare treasure.
Interviewing women who lost children in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict results in undeniably affecting monologues.
It's hard to imagine a more dramatic departure from Jessica Yu's impressive (and Oscar-winning) docu work than "Ping Pong Playa," a good, clean, fun comedy that uses a table tennis championship to…