"The Big Bang Theory" doesn't conjure up many big laughs, but its colliding elements do generate enough little ones to become another promising addition to CBS' Monday sitcom lineup.
Determined to live on her own terms, a feisty, active nonagenarian designs some mischief in Polish helmer Dorota Kedzierzawska's highly aestheticized "Time to Die."
Manoel de Oliveira in a minor key is the quickest description of the 98-year-old director's latest Venice entry, "Christopher Columbus -- The Enigma."
Shot in part during the 2006 summer war between Hezbollah and Israel which devastated Lebanon's infrastructure and civilian population, the docu-fiction road movie "Under the Bombs" plays like a cri…
Blandly charming animated fare about a little orphan who's afraid of the dark but enamored of the stars, "Nocturna" should accomplish its goal of putting the little ones to sleep (along with the rest…
A fatherless boy tries to tempt fate in "Tricks," a pitch-perfect portrait of working class life in a provincial town -- and of growing up as the much younger brother of an adored older sister.
33 years after Lou Reed released "Berlin," he gave the album its first live performance, which Julian Schnabel filmed for posterity.
An opaque headscratcher that attempts to mirror the detached, stunned state of a bereaved man whose wife died in a plane crash.
While some may find pic's murky gamesmanship intriguing, most viewers will find this cryptic, visually studied exercise an exasperating puzzle not worth figuring out.
Shivajee Chandrabhushan's background as a photographer -- and mountaineer -- is evident in every frame of directorial debut "Frozen."