It's a quick trip from whimsy to silliness in "Be Kind Rewind," a notably ephemeral work by Michel Gondry.
Nick Hornby would know what to do with a bachelor like Jack Frost -- after all, such emotionally stunted thirtysomethings come to their senses in "High Fidelity" and "About a Boy," two Hornby…
Editor-writer-director Lance Hammer makes an extraordinary debut with "Ballast."
A couple decide to document poltergeist-like disturbances in "Paranormal Activity." They find that, as on reality TV shows, bad behavior tends to worsen when you train a camera on it.
The long sidelined subgenre centered on mysterious doings aboard exotic trains is put back on the tracks in "Transsiberian."
A mesmerizing portrait of the director as acclaimed artist and tortured human being.
Like "Donnie Darko," "Thumbsucker" and a few others, "The Wackness" treads the familiar teenage male terrain with assurance and distinction.
Alexandra Westmeier's beautifully shot German docu "Alone in Four Walls" provides a nonjudgmental snapshot of Russian youth.
Imagine "The Bucket List" reconceived as a New York art installation, with some free-love shenanigans thrown in for good measure, and you'll have a faint idea of what to expect.
The teasingly but misleadingly entitled "Good Dick" is an annoying example of self-therapy posing as art.