Like so much counter culture from the 1960s, Peter Handke's "Offending the Audience" used to be rebellious, but now it's just quaint. There's historical interest in seeing the play produced 42 years…
Just over two years ago, Apparition Prods. hit the scene with its namesake play, Anne Washburn's eerie "Apparition," and the result was a splendid production of a flimsy script. The pattern holds for…
Despondent over his lovelife, 36-year-old Swedish helmer Patrik Eriksson decides to chronicle his existential crisis.
An alternative title for "Mortadelo and Filemon: Mission Save the Planet" could be "Mission: Save Your Money." Mirthless comedy looks aces but has a script that underestimates the intelligence of…
Offering a fresh take on the survival-in-wilderness genre, "Crooked Lake" gives a grrrl-power twist to a scenario usually played as a boy's-life adventure.
Deceased fiancee Eva Longoria Parker returns to haunt Paul Rudd's subsequent romantic prospects in "Over Her Dead Body." But what's really spooky is that even the weakest "Desperate Housewives"…
Yet another dysfunctional-family dramedy, "Birds of America" doesn't distinguish itself enough in mildly diverting character or incident to take flight. Matthew Perry stars as the sanest of three…
The conditions that breed terrorists are observed through the prism of one weary ex-mujahadeen in "Recycle."
"You know, I didn't expect so much screaming," confides one father between flashy production numbers in "Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert."
Nothing is more boring than listening to painters talking about painting, although writers talking about writing -- as they do to mind-numbing excess in David Hay's bio-drama "The Maddening Truth" -…
Pic is an "Asian-American Beauty" set against a backdrop of global decay and illuminated by splashes of "Waking Life"-style animation.