Thesp turned helmer-scenarist Clark Gregg sets himself a formidable task for his first feature effort: Adapting the manic, farcical, disturbing world of lit cult idol Chuck Palahniuk.
Film combines low comedy, high production values and the Middle East for what will surely be a hit, even as it delivers nothing new.
Hollywood is skewered, but with a degree of benevolent indulgence, in "What Just Happened?"
"The Betrayal" ("Nerakhoon") details one Lao family's harrowing efforts to start a new life in America.
Critically important, global in scope and more than a little dry, "Flow" paints a dire picture of the world's supply of water.
An understated, cross-generational rural drama whose general air of lethargy is redeemed by a decent central perf and the beauty of its locations, vet Mario Camus' "The Field of Stars" plays out its…
In "Red," bad-seed teens torment a benign old man (Brian Cox) and shoot his beloved 14-year-old pooch, bringing serious bad karma.
A lack of incisive action takes the teeth out of croc pic "Black Water." Oz-Blighty coproduction is pitched squarely at the creature-feature market, but follows closely in the wake of the…
Serenity and irony are mixed to piquant perfection in Naoko Ogigami's "Glasses"
Anyone who saw "Little Miss Sunshine" will feel a lot of the same buttons being pushed.
Despite its shortcomings as a plausible, compelling story, "The Merry Gentleman," exhibits genuine promise behind the camera.