Mike Birbiglia transforms his one-man show into an endearing indie about the day-to-day indecisions and nocturnal perambulations of a commitment-phobic New Yorker.
A former rock 'n' roller withers on the vine in "California Solo," Marshall Lewy's forgettable sophomore effort (after a promising beginning with "Blue State").
The drama of a young mother's act of betrayal during the last days of the Irish Troubles comes together with measured intelligence and artfully apportioned suspense in "Shadow Dancer."
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"The Woman in Black" competently resurrects that hoariest of horror-movie conceits, the haunted house.
Skate culture remains in solid hands with filmmaker Stacy Peralta, who fashions his most personal doc on the sport-cum-lifestyle.
Pic is a shrill, wedding-themed snipefest that seems determined to elevate backstabbing bitchery to the level of art.
The old fortune-cookie wisdom about the journey being more important than the destination is emphatically underscored by Brazilian Sundance entry "Father's Chair."
An ambitious, multilayered thriller that unfolds amid the frozen landscapes of the Russian front during WWII, "Silence in the Snow" reps helmer Gerardo Herrero's best film since 2003's "The Galindez…
"2 Days in New York" is a scattershot culture-clash comedy that goes down like yesterday's foie gras.
"Finding North" is a political hot potato -- an incendiary movie about food and agriculture, despite its rather civilized facade.
Pic often toddles over the fine line between cute and cloying before finding its footing in the final reel.