Not so much a sequel as another stultifying character drama set in a world overrun by aliens, this 10-years-later spinoff switches both directors and genres, as first-timer Tom Green helms an…
It may seem insensitive, if not callously cynical, to use the term "novelty value" when appraising a documentary dealing with the Holocaust.
"Who wants to see ghosts?" a cinema archivist asks a theater full of restless kids in "The Canal," making a clever pitch to convince those who've never watched anything before the dawn of sound or…
Two radically different women fending for themselves in a remote seaside town discover that no man is an island in "The Furthest End Awaits."
The title may be "Daughter," but it's a tiger mom for the ages who holds the spotlight in this seething domestic horror film about a young girl's deeply unhappy childhood.
No amount of familiarity with whistleblower Edward Snowden and his shocking revelations of the U.S. government's wholesale spying on its own citizens can prepare one for the impact of Laura Poitras'…
The visuals outshine the story in "The Book of Life," a lively animated tale mixing age-old myths with today's toon tropes.
Billed as an erotic thriller but playing more like a R-rated daytime soap, "Addicted" marks a rare but dramatically neutered opportunity to explore a black woman's sexuality onscreen.
There's moderate interest in brief interviews with performers at the real-life seasonal funhouses (thirteen of which are thanked at the end), and in seeing how such enterprises have changed over the…
Not only did the standoff depicted in "Fury" never happen, but it will likely be long gone from moviegoers' memories six months from now, after Sony's marketing blows over and people go back to…