A rather blunt, simplistic psychology informs Richard Schenkman's sophomore effort, "Went to Coney Island on a Mission From God ... Be Back by Five," an ambitious but sprawling tale of friendship…
Narrator: Peter Brooks.
A labored portrait of young Angelenos searching for relationships, "Some Girls" falls short of the promise director Rory Kelly showed in his debut effort, "Sleep With Me," which also dealt with love…
A flawed but dynamic ensemble piece about a bunch of young creative types waiting tables and tending bar while striving for their big breaks, "Restaurant" is a tasty meal spoiled only by a heavy…
Much like Portishead, Morcheeba's sound is a blend of light funk, reggae, a little faux blues noodling and a smattering of samples. Above it all, though, is Skye Edwards' subtle vocalizing. Eschewing…
A vivid, embracing tale of life on the edge, "Broken Vessels" is an assured first feature with potent commercial appeal.
An entertaining, darkly comic look at a group of self-absorbed, twentysomething New Yorkers grappling with personal crises at the end of the millennium, "1999" makes the most of its assets.
Susanna Styron, daughter of writer William Styron, makes an unexciting feature directorial debut with "Shadrach," an adaptation of her father's 1978 short story.
As studios hasten to clear their shelves of product to make way for summer releases, occasionally something decent gets caught in the sweep. This third outing in the "Major League" series, which…
This mini-budget docu about an eccentric New York City tour guide has, at the very least, the distinction of a truly unique personality at the center of it. The appeal of the film, however, rests…