Satirist and political gadfly Sabina Guzzanti mixes fact with fiction in "Sympathy for the Lobster," her mockumentary follow-up to fest fave "Viva Zapatero!"
An honors student turns into a high school version of Heidi Fleiss when clients request more than child-minding services in the indie misfire "The Babysitters."
"Amazing Journey: The Story of the Who" is a one-stop, up-to-the-minute overview of a band that's been profiled in docu form on many occasions but is still making music, and headlines, in sporadic…
If this "Bill" ever arrives, duck out on it. A labored screwball comedy about disenchanted people of privilege yearning for fulfillment, pic is full of leaden hijinx directed and played with all the…
After two features dramatizing the peripheral aspects of Manchester's greatest rock band, the stylish doc "Joy Division" gets to the heart of the matter.
There's a tough little noir about buried transgressions coming out of the past in Renny Harlin's lackluster thriller "Cleaner."
"Heavy Metal in Baghdad" imposes the milieu's "whoa, dude" attitude on the day-to-day challenges of life as a rocker in that war-torn city.
"Shadow Company" is a lesson in how to get audiences who know little and care even less about the Iraq War to sit up and pay attention.
The visually well-mounted but narrative muddled "December Boys," featuring Daniel Radcliffe, is an occasionally touching but rarely convincing coming-of-ager.
There's more genuine humor to be gleaned from saying "Woodcock" over and over again than from watching "Mr. Woodcock," a wan comic effort barely elevated a few notches by Billy Bob Thornton's…
This rough-hewn comedy is droll enough to entice world cinema fans, established von Trier-ites, budding film students and more.