Avery entertaining romantic comedy about a yuppie, a hooker and the yuppie's retarded brother, "Mifune" is the best of the three films produced so far under the restrictive Dogma Vow of Chastity…
Helmer Bertrand Tavernier turns potentially downbeat material into a warm, often invigorating and ultimately moving ode to community values in "It All Starts Today," a drama centered on a…
File this one under "Rudolph ... whoops." A hearty meal that starts off tickling the taste buds but ends up smothering them, "Breakfast of Champions" is a game attempt to film Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s…
As the man who pens funny "ad libs" for everyone from Raquel Welch to Steven Segal when they've got to "play themselves" at an awards or charity event, Bruce Vilanch has half the industry in his…
After a fleeting appearance in a token theatrical run, "Unconditional Love" appears destined for instant obscurity in video store bins. Hackneyed and gracelessly clunky, the pic comes across as a…
Imagine a live-action version of the "Dilbert" comic strip with a touch of Hal Hartley's deadpan absurdism, and you're ready for the frequently uproarious "Office Space."
There are a number of fraternal filmmaking teams -- the Coens and the Tavianis for starters -- but none quite like the Polish brothers, 27-year-old identical twins who play men bound together…
Gregg Araki asserts his potency as an innovative, unpredictable filmmaker with "Splendor," an erotically surrealistic comedy centering on a menage a trois, fetchingly played by Kathleen Robertson…
After a conspicuously long post-production delay, "My Favorite Martian" finally appears as a frenetic farce aimed at nostalgic baby boomers and undemanding pre-teens.
A time-warp comedy that starts out kinda "Pleasantville" and gets pretty Tepidsville, "Blast From the Past" expends scant imagination or style on a fun premise that seems an open invitation to both.